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  • To qualify for "Distinctively," works must be sold out in the galleries and no longer available on the primary market.

    Sales Focus on Fresh Stars

  • CHRISTIE'S WILL spotlight emerging photo artists at its London salesrooms on July 1 in the second installment of its "Distinctively" series.

    Sales Focus on Fresh Stars

  • Distinctively feminine figures, these were princesses or dancers, almost life-size, formed and clothed with brushstrokes.

    Artists: Israeli, 1970 to the Present.

  • Distinctively, rice is the main crop; soybeans, cotton, corn, and wheat are also grown.

    Ecoregions of Arkansas (EPA)

  • Distinctively ‘chewed’, compressed fragments of vegetation hang from the plants adjacent to these trails, and kakapos leave both compact cylindrical droppings and white traces of uric acid on the trails.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Deciding Against Conciliation: The Nineteenth-Century Rejection of a European Transplant and the Rise of a Distinctively American Ideal of Adversarial Adjudication by Amalia Kessler, Stanford Law School looks to be another revealing use of her understanding of continental legal systems to put the American adversarial system in comparative perspective.

    Kessler on the Freedman's Bureau's Concilation Courts

  • Deciding Against Conciliation: The Nineteenth-Century Rejection of a European Transplant and the Rise of a Distinctively American Ideal of Adversarial Adjudication by Amalia Kessler, Stanford Law School looks to be another revealing use of her understanding of continental legal systems to put the American adversarial system in comparative perspective.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Secondly, Distinctively, first, for the heavens, and all things belonging to them, distinguished from the earth, Ps.xc. 2; secondly, The habitable earth, and this very frequently, as Ps. xxiv.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • Even in this department its work is very far from finished, and the Dictionary of Distinctively American Speech announced years ago (and again in 1919) has not yet appeared.

    Chapter 1. Introductory. 2. The Academic Attitude

  • Distinctively pragmatic criteria of truth are both impractical and unreliable, especially the criterion of felt satisfaction, which seems to be the favourite, for in determining this not only the personal factor, but the mood of the moment and even physical conditions play a considerable part.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

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