This subspecies is well characterized by size, color and cranial characteristics.
There are eight well characterized dialects in the Polynesian family.
I answer unreservedly that when well characterized I believe they are.
Their symbolism is well characterized by chevrons on the cheeks or curved markings for eyes.
Your speech was refreshing after it, and was well characterized by Fox (my cousin) in three words—'What a contrast!'
The whole section is well characterized by the uniformly maggot-like nature of the larva.
The salts have a faint pink colour, and show a faint absorption spectrum; the spark spectrum is brilliant and well characterized.
The prominence of the disk in this group of Jelly-fishes is well characterized by their German name, "Scheiben quallen," viz.
The French have well characterized these as “Allées couvertes.”
Of the former about eighty may be regarded as well characterized, although many more have been described.
1590s, "to engrave, write," back-formation from characterization, or else from Medieval Latin characterizare, from Greek kharakterizein "to designate by a characteristic mark," from kharakter (see character). Meaning "to describe the qualities of" is recorded from 1630s; that of "to be characteristic" is from 1744. Related: Characterized; characterizing.