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- n. Anything that differentiates, or causes differentiation (in any sense)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, differentiates.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which differentiates: as, the radicals of written Chinese serve as differentiators of the sense, while the phonetics play the same part as regards sound.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who (or that which) differentiates
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Their main differentiator is that it’s a classless, and claims to be more narrative and share interpretive power with characters (implied: at least more than D&D).
Obviously the government plays a role, but I think the main differentiator here is: it is the homeowner who steps forward and who says, I need help.
SM: I just don't see that as a long-term differentiator and how you are going to be positioned.
Our long term differentiator is to "sustainable" wave passes.
I’ve worried for some time that “open” as a market differentiator is becoming diluted and washed out, just as “organic” and “green” before.
The biggest differentiator is the G1’s slide-out keyboard, some might find easier to type on than the iPhone’s virtual keyboard.
Another differentiator is a couple of high-profile artists
The differentiator will be the informed users who mobilize to get the best bang for their buck.
As a drive that is generally on par with any other USB portable HDD, the differentiator is the backup software bundled.
Another differentiator is a couple of high-profile artists - namely