He dropped gradually back into his old frivolous and easygoing ways and conditions of feeling and manner of speech, and no familiar of his could have detected anything in him that differentiated
him from the weak and careless Tom of other days.
Yet species and genus do not merely indicate quality, like the term 'white'; 'white' indicates quality and nothing further, but species and genus determine the quality with reference to a substance: they signify substance qualitatively differentiated
The result had been that not only was he familiar with the facts in all their bearings, but he had already so far differentiated
them that he was able to arrange them in his own mind according to their values.
The profound man, who is by nature differentiated
from his fellows, feels this difference too keenly to call attention to it by any outward show.
creatures that they were, they were lonely in their misery, and though the misery was tacitly ignored, it was the bond that drew them together.
Here, on the top of one of them, his keen eyes caught a glimpse of a shade of green sharply differentiated
from any he had seen all day.
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