Its distinctiveness arises from a key region, the frontal cortex, not being fully developed.
In late 2007 Romney traveled to Texas AM to soothe evangelicals with a speech that downplayed the distinctiveness of Mormonism.
And it is their distinctiveness that is influencing the broader culture.
According to the 2005 “Jewish distinctiveness,” study, Jews are the most pro-choice ethnic or religious group in America, by far.
But Massad is right in describing Zionism as being premised on Jewish distinctiveness.
Manning had what has been called "the ambition of distinctiveness."
Christians:asserting their distinctiveness, 271 ff.trying to conquer the Spirit, 122 ff.
No definition of Secularism shows its distinctiveness which omits to specify material means as its method of procedure.
What was gained in distinctness might have been lost in distinctiveness, and after all he did technically put us upon our guard.
According to this view, the value of a title lies, not in its appropriateness to the subject-matter, but in its distinctiveness.
early 15c., from Old French distinctif and directly from Medieval Latin distinctivus, from Latin distinct-, past participle of distinguere (see distinguish). Meaning "markedly individual" is from 1580s. Related: Distinctively; distinctiveness.