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1. Those now concerned with such studies regard it as a distinct branch of psychology.

2. At the same time some branches, including even very old ones, come to an end when the last family in a distinct branch has no daughters.

3. The Cārvāka (Sanskrit: चार्वाक) school of materialism, also known as Lokāyata, is a distinct branch of Indian philosophy.

4. Medicinal chemistry is also a distinct branch of synthetic chemistry combining pharmacology, organic chemistry, and chemical biology.

5. Instead, Knowlton's Rangers gave rise to the modern Military Intelligence branch (although it was not a distinct branch until the 20th century).

6. Their language has been called Laurentian, a distinct branch of the family.

7. For Christians, a distinct branch of law known as Christian Law, mostly based on specific statutes, applies.

8. The festival of Kheturi allowed for the systemization of Gaudiya Vaishnava theology as a distinct branch of Vaishnava theology.

9. The status of management accounting as a distinct branch of the accounting profession was recognised by the granting of a Royal Charter in 1975.

10. The Marine Infantry, Marine Parachute, Artillery and Engineer units remain as a distinct branch within the modern French Army.

11. The Tani languages are conservatively classified as a distinct branch in Sino-Tibetan.

12. While many researchers agree that Insular Celtic is a distinct branch of Celtic (Cowgill 1975;

13. The recent discovery of Qianzhousaurus indicates that it belongs to a distinct branch of tyrannosaur.

14. It is a distinct branch within Vaishnavism, centered on Vitthala (the Haridasa–Kannada name for Vithoba).

15. Thraco-Illyrian is a hypothesis that the Thraco-Dacian and Illyrian languages comprise a distinct branch of Indo-European.

16. Thraco-Illyrian is a hypothesis that the Thraco-Dacian and Illyrian languages comprise a distinct branch of Indo-European.

17. The Ijo languages are traditionally considered a distinct branch of the Niger–Congo family (perhaps along with Defaka in a group called Ijoid).

18. The friaries he founded continued, after his death, to form a distinct branch of the Minorites.

19. Another family/clan was based in the diocese of Raphoe, in Donegal, Republic of Ireland, and may be a distinct branch.

20. He picked up the trial project to form the Royal Engineer tunnelling companies, forming them into a distinct branch within the Corps.

21. However, Bender (2000) separated Gumuz as at least a distinct branch of Nilo-Saharan, and suggested that it might even be a language isolate.

22. They are closely related to, but a distinct branch off from, Mennonite churches.

23. The Dacian bracelets are bracelets associated with the ancient people known as the Dacians, a distinct branch of the Thracians.

24. Waja is considered by Kleinewillinghöfer to be a distinct branch, although its exact position within Tula-Waja remains uncertain.

25. Mao Zongwu (1997) found that Younuo, Wunai, and Pa-Hng form a distinct branch of Hmongic.

26. ʼOle forms a distinct branch of Sino-Tibetan/Tibeto-Burman.

27. It is a distinct branch of the Arawe dialect chain.

28. Casual Wharf Labourers Union of Australia as a distinct branch.

29. In the fourth century BCE, Kautilya in his Arthashastra recognised it as a distinct branch of learning different from Vedas and other disciplines.

30. each of the estates was given to a distinct branch of the family.