as distinguished from


: rather than : and not
The law affects private property as distinguished from public property.

Examples of as distinguished from in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The report is memorialized in the FBI’s standard FD-1023 form, which is used to record statements by confidential human sources (CHSs) — i.e., persons who provide information to the FBI, as distinguished from other means of intelligence-gathering (e.g., electronic surveillance). Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review, 2 June 2023 There could be no better time to name her to Treasury than at the present, when a boost to the role of the FDIC in comparison to the Fed is all but inevitable and when someone more attentive to actual banks a la Bair as distinguished from financial conglomerates a la Dimon is imperative. Robert Hockett, Forbes, 17 Mar. 2023 IgM antibodies are the first countermeasure produced by immune system’s response to the coronavirus, as distinguished from IgG antibodies, which are thought by some medical professionals to develop later than IgM antibodies. Joel Gehrke, Washington Examiner, 14 Jan. 2021 That’s a daily ranking, compiled and maintained inside the Netflix app, as distinguished from the weekly Top 10 charts published every Tuesday that cover the platform’s global user base. Andy Meek, BGR, 15 Aug. 2022 Sorting out 1950s-era Ferrari competition cars—as distinguished from Ferrari road cars—can be a daunting task. Robert Ross, Robb Report, 11 July 2022 Now, uniqueness also meant doing what only a photograph could do, as distinguished from painting. Los Angeles Times, 14 Apr. 2022 The anchor of the action is the show itself, which Jonathan (the character played by Garfield, as distinguished from the real-life Larson) is performing, onstage, at the piano, in front of an audience—but not solo. Richard Brody, The New Yorker, 15 Nov. 2021 Under the English practice the period of liability as distinguished from the term of the policy is limited to a definite number of months following the fire, usually, though not always, less than a year. Chip Merlin, Forbes, 30 Aug. 2021 See More

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“As distinguished from.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 3 Dec. 2023.

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