Distinguished by its distinctive characters and clarity of tone, Ties is a gem.
Artistic: Artistic people are often described as tall and slender figure, a distinctive personal colors, angular shape, and unconventional.
Every year, nominees who fail to go home with a gong receive an unofficial Oscars goodie bag from the US marketing firm Distinctive Assets.
"Historically and culturally significant cities, streets, blocksand former residences of historical figures, as well as distinctive features of cities must bepreserved.
Each of the three giants have distinctive advantages that can be complementary to each other while helping governments' efforts in the construction of smart cities.
Instead, thanks in large part to Iverson, distinctive personalities reign supreme, helping make the NBA into the social media phenomenon it is today.
Tencent's application was later turned down by TRAB, with the explanation that the sound was "simple and not creative," lacking in any distinctive traits.
Their distinctive headgear is the main difference.
In the world cultural history,this cultural phenomenon has never been known in other countries and regions,and embodies a distinctive national character.
Mānuka honey has a distinctive flavor that's milder than typical honey; it's also much thicker.
" If you can see 20 to 32 distinctive colours, then this suggests you are a trichromat who has three types of cones in your eye in the purple/blue, green, and red regions.
At Palm Jumeirah — the distinctive, palm-shaped artificial archipelago completed in 2009 — prices of apartments dropped 7 per cent year on year in June.
The rock - which will appear its distinctive green once cleaned - is second only in size to the a carved statue at the Jade Buddha Palace in China which weighs 260 tonnes.
In addition to its original and 20th Century buildings, Studio Daniel Libeskind's new entrance design, which opened as the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal in 2007, was described by the museum as "a distinctive new symbol for Toronto for the 21st Century".
When paired with its distinctive and often unpredictable directional darting, what is a terror for fish is a delightful challenge for sport fishing enthusiasts.
Bede, who is also research co-ordinator of the HARK project, which looks at our listening habits, said: "If you look at the songs which emerged from the research, they all have a distinctive rhythmic fingerprint - if we removed the melody they are recognisable by their rhythm alone.
But even more surprising than its Pepto-Bismol shade is that "nobody seems to be able to definitively explain its distinctive colour," according to Quora user Garrick Saito.
A distinctive admissions letter presents an impressive image of the college for new students and builds a good reputation among high school students, as universities increasingly compete for students, said Liu He, an official in charge of recruitment at Jilin University.
Blogging also helps you find your own distinctive voice and writing style, which takes time and effort to develop, especially depending on your field.
Although physically they look alike, you can tell them apart by their styles of dress, their distinctive dialects and even their most casual gestures.