Brown noted one church being built on the Upper West Side, on 83rd Street between Columbus and Amsterdam, but the building is a low-rise, non-distinctive
structure that looks like a school or community facility.
Heidegger, in order to avoid Dasein to be disrupted in its most non-distinctive
Billboards for Nick's Bar-B-Q put Carlisle's name in a prominent spot and even the city airport's blue-and-white beacon light serves as a distinctive landmark along a highway with plenty of non-distinctive
As for the non-distinctive
suprasegmental features, a prosodic word has a falling pitch and a shorter vowel length in the final syllable.
These retrieval cues do not facilitate selection by elimination when WOA advertisers are pitted against foils that are non-distinctive
If the packaging is out-dated or is non-distinctive
in its category, it is probably not building the required brand image significantly.
For languages with weak and non-distinctive
stress (opposed to languages with strong and distinctive stress, such as Russian or German) such behaviour of stress seems to be characteristic: marked communicative situations or some syntactic categories (for example, expressive forms, imperatives) can contribute to the shift of the word stress from it predominant (unmarked) position--initial in Erzya or final in Turkic languages, or for example in Udmurt.
The ideas proposed reflect the current French academic consensus on accent and metre in French: that is, that the boundary of the metrical unit is marked by non-distinctive
group-final accent (the only metrical accent) and that it is conservation of syllable-count from unit to unit that is fundamental to perception of metre (pp.
in the book "Know Your Woods," "No one knows when mahogany was first introduced into England, but it was probably long before it became fashionable for furniture, its identity concealed under the non-distinctive
name of cedar.
If a trade mark loses its ability to distinguish the wares or services, the mark is non-distinctive
, and thus invalid or unenforceable.