recognisably

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  • The history of local government Wales in a recognisably modern form emerged during the late 19th century.
  • The long white bridge with its pillars of iron is recognisably modern. Cited from Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan, by Lafcadio Hearn
  • They were recognisably the same as those we see, arranged in the same constellations. Cited from The Country of the Blind, And Other Stories, by H. G. Wells
  • The Master in these stories is, nevertheless, recognisably the same character.
  • But he was determined to be famous, to make, recognisably in his own proper person, the world a better place to live in. Cited from The Country of the Blind, And Other Stories, by H. G. Wells
  • Although it is recognisably related to British culture, it has always had distinct differences, and these have increased over time.
  • Although his style remained recognisably Japanese, his knowledge of Western principles and methods is also reflected in his work.
  • The leading characters of the film all speak with recognisably English accents.
  • Even with improved communications and transport, these regions still have recognisably different ways of fiddle playing.
  • Storytelling, music, theatre, dance and games are recognisably the same as in earlier centuries.
  • But all these emotions are recognisably the same in kind; so far, at any rate, the best opinion is on my side. Cited from Art, by Clive Bell
  • This shows the complete process that a consumer will most likely, whether recognisably or not, go through when they go to buy a product.
  • The Japanese had quite a different emblem; its wings are recognisably those of an aircraft.
  • It is with his designs that the first recognisably modern classical guitars are to be seen.
  • As a contemporary writer observed, Sullivan draws on these various influences while remaining recognisably himself.
  • With their enlarged bridge structure the boat profile was recognisably that of the modern submarine.
  • The self-governing boroughs are the first recognisably modern aspect of local government in England.
  • After ten years it had diverged from DUTT in both rules and setting although remained recognisably the same game.
  • Evans concludes the Reform Act marked the true beginning of the development of a recognisably modern political system.
  • It is now believed that he merely photographed the sculpture, in front of a painting that is recognisably his.
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