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Indicate

To give some sign of a security's or the broader economy's health. An indication may cause a company's stock to rise or fall in price. Signals can indicate both technical and fundamental information. There are three basic types of indicators. A leading indicator occurs before an event or trend takes place and is thought to be predictive. A coincident indicator happens at the same time as the general trend. Finally, a lagging indicator occurs after the trend is well established, and is thought to confirm it.
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Thirty-one percent of respondents indicated that they visit the site once or twice a week, 33% indicated that they visit the site once or twice a month, and 19% visit once or twice every one to six months.
- Wonganin Sandstone Indicated Mineral Resource is now 368 Mt at 21% total iron (no cut-off grade applied).
Prior to July 2001, the Multistate Tax Commission (MTC) explicitly indicated that the delivery of TPP in company-owned vehicles was an unprotected activity under P.L.
If they indicated they were lower on camper weeks compared to last year, 56 percent were lower by 1 percent-7 percent (see Map 2).
Indeed, the detectors indicated about a third of the time that, with no photon going into the computer, and thus no search, the computer had yielded the correct answer to the question: Was there a mismatch between the incoming photon and the chosen database location?
Of those reporting severance packages, 82 percent indicated it was a long-term package; 15 percent receive a bridging-concept package and 2 percent a short-term package.
This year, 81 percent indicated that rotations were valuable, with 55 percent citing the rotations as "extremely valuable."
Investigators said that none of the tapes indicated that McVeigh had a passenger in the Ryder truck, but the government has refused to release the tapes so that their claims could be verified.
The youth indicated that they were not deterred by the questions on substance use, especially if they were asked privately and not in a group setting.
Last year's survey indicated such a trend, which continues this year.
The results using the second method indicated that 14.8% of the women had excessive exposure, but due to uncertainty about the actual mixture, the range spanned from 1% to 34%.
They individually counted each word or phrase that indicated a lack of conviction.