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use "indistinct" in a sentence

According to Pearce: "In 1986 whilst staying with Tibet in his flat in Freya Aswynn 's house in north London over a period of 3 nights I dreamed I was falling in a sort of rain of indistinct runes.

They are made to appear blurry and indistinct through the use of scrims mounted between
one occasion, he declared that the new university should "demonstrate the perfect harmony and indissoluble oneness of all that is valuable in the old and the new."

"To a Hindu the marriage is sacramental and as such indissoluble.” They also felt that should equal property rights be given to women, the Mitakshara concept of a joint family would crumble, as would the foundation of Hindu society.

There is an indissoluble relation between pain and the individual consciousness which, as such, is nothing but a constant possibility of pain.

And according to Catholic doctrine, drawn from the mouth of Jesus himself, marriage is indissoluble.

In announcing the new voting cardinals, Pope Francis said they come "from 14 countries from every continent (and) manifest the indissoluble links between the Church of Rome" and churches around the world.

October 31, 1978: Spain's new constitution recognises Catalonia among various distinct communities in Spain but lays down the "indissoluble unity" of the Spanish nation.

view gallery vATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Francis opened a divisive meeting of the world's bishops on family issues Sunday by forcefully asserting that marriage is an indissoluble bond between man and woman.

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