The law affects private property 'as distinguished from' public property. [=the law affects private property and not public property]
The recipe is 'distinguished' by its simplicity. [=the unusual or interesting thing about the recipe is its simplicity]
She is 'distinguished' for her achievements in genetic research.
(..) Yes, but generally the same principles should apply, shouldn't they? It's not right. It's not right, or you don't like it? I don't like how this looks. Looks distinguished and debonair to me. You know what I mean. Like we're living high on the hog. Dressed like this while folks back home are... (..)2014 Selma