It is nearly impossible to distinguish who is attempting to save the women and who is doing the assaulting.
Snowden said he admired Manning, though he did distinguish his choice not to put out anything he had not read and selected.
The boundaries that distinguish occupation from colonization and annexation have already been crossed in Israel/Palestine.
Since companies often have both real-estate and insurance divisions, it must be hard to distinguish what is coming from where.
If anything, group settings provide opportunities to distinguish your unique voice and talents.
The next step is to distinguish between pruning and training.
I now put forth my whole speed, and while thus running could distinguish no sound.
Most of all we must distinguish between the different classes in the army.
And the word was invented to distinguish the laymen from the clergymen.
Our feeling is no longer sufficiently simple and natural to distinguish the true without the help of scientific principles.
1560s, from Middle French distinguiss-, stem of distinguer, or directly from Latin distinguere "to separate between, separate by pricking," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + -stinguere "to prick" (see extinguish, and cf. Latin instinguere "to incite, impel").
The suffix -ish is due to the influence of many verbs in which it is the equivalent of Old French -iss-, ultimately from Latin inchoative suffix -iscere (this is also the case in extinguish, admonish, and astonish). Related: Distinguishing. The earlier form of the verb was distinguen (mid-14c.).