Until he does, there will be a certain bitter irony in his often expressed, and oft-cited, identification with the poor.
A pharmacist told her the medication was for women—and her identification still listed her as a male.
The strain, dubbed HO41 has landed just two years after first identification in Japan in 2011.
There is no coercion or identification of the town, city, or state with a particular god, or indeed with any god.
Today more than 21 million Americans lack the identification now necessary to vote.
Is that red-and-yellow flag the prearranged signal agreed upon for our identification by the pilot and the people on shore?
They looked at my identification folder and then examined me.
The only clew we have to the identification of the missing money were two boxes of Mexican doubloons.
He has no identification tag; he releases Peabody; seems not to know the penalties.
The documents heretofore marked for identification as Commission Exhibits Nos. 518 and 519 were received in evidence.
1640s, "treating of a thing as the same as another," from French identification, probably from identifier (see identify). Sense of "becoming or feeling oneself one with another" is from 1857. Sense of "determination of identity" is from 1859. Meaning "object or document which marks identity" is from 1947 (short for identification tag, card, etc.).
identification i·den·ti·fi·ca·tion (ī-děn'tə-fĭ-kā'shən)
A person's association with the qualities, characteristics, or views of another person or group.
An unconscious process by which a person transfers the response appropriate to a particular person or group to a different person or group.