Meaning: the act of designating or identifying something
Meaning: evidence of identity; something that identifies a person or thing
Were there any means of identification on him?"
The mere passing of his long supple fingers over a flower was sufficient means for its identification, though occasionally he would use his lips.
Identification of will, or effort, with mere strain, results when a mind is set up, endowed with powers that are only to be applied to existing material.
To take it by itself as a complete existence is to take it unreflectively. Reflection also implies concern with the issue--a certain sympathetic identification of our own destiny, if only dramatic, with the outcome of the course of events.
At about this period Mr Boffin had become profoundly interested in the fortunes of a great military leader known to him as Bully Sawyers, but perhaps better known to fame and easier of identification by the classical student, under the less Britannic name of Belisarius.
I need scarcely add, but I will add for the benefit of those who do not know, that this attitude of self-respecting identification of interest and purpose is not only compatible with but can only exist when there is fine and real discipline, as thorough and genuine as the discipline that has always obtained in the most formidable fighting fleets and armies.