Usage examples for differentiation

  1. It would, however, be vain to pursue our differentiation any further. – Modern Painting by George Moore
  2. There is little differentiation in the school work offered to helpers, apprentices, and journeymen. – Wage Earning and Education by R. R. Lutz
  3. And we must remember that societies, too, are not without a certain differentiation of this kind. – Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I by Herbert Spencer
  4. Rome had now grown wealthy with the spoils of her extensive victories, and, as always comes to pass with the advent of riches, there had been brought about a great differentiation in the condition of the population. – Roman Women Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries, Volume 2 (of 10) by Alfred Brittain
  5. It is possible that future revisors will recognize additional subspecies, but in the variant populations known to us the degree of differentiation is slight as compared, for instance, with that in the subspecies of Thamnophis elegans. – Occurrence of the Garter Snake, Thamnophis sirtalis, in the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains by Henry S. Fitch T. Paul Maslin
  6. Sex, as we know it, is a differentiation arising from the soul's expression on lower planes. – Elementary Theosophy by L. W. Rogers
  7. Lyly's pastoral plays form, as it were, a link between the drama and the masque; indeed, when we consider that all the Elizabethan dramatists were students of Lyly, it is possible that comedy and masque may have been evolved from the Lylian mythological play by a process of differentiation. – John Lyly by John Dover Wilson
  8. But there'll be a new and more dangerous differentiation; a physical one. – This Crowded Earth by Robert Bloch
  9. This fencing off, differentiation and allocation, these defences of the beautiful and new, and of the temples enshrining them, shall be like the walls round a new sanctuary. – A Tramp's Sketches by Stephen Graham
  10. This is the end of progress; differentiation between self and others has ceased. – Christian Mysticism by William Ralph Inge
  11. Class differentiation is a matter of habit and convention; and in distinction from his betters the common man is common only in point of numbers and in point of the more general and more exacting conditions to which he is exposed. – An Inquiry Into The Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation by Thorstein Veblen
  12. Along with this growth there has been differentiation. – The Social Work of the Salvation Army by Edwin Gifford Lamb