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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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Here, as in the drawing-room, I have them always under my eyes, and they indicate my position and exact direction in the middle of the ocean.
"In fact the body fell apart as we lifted it, which indicates that whoever removed the treasure did so while the corpse was still fresh, for it was intact when we first uncovered it."
You ask me to believe that there is another Line besides that which my senses indicate, and another motion besides that of which I am daily conscious.
Peace proposals unaccompanied by a sworn covenant indicate a plot.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H Each letter indicates different learners.
A composite PMI above 50 points indicates that the manufacturing/non-manufacturing economy is generally expanding, 50 points indicates no change and below 50 points indicates that it is generally contracting.
This finding indicates that higher was the self-efficacy before the course, higher was serf-efficacy for subsequent classroom activities.
* intrapersonal whereby a learner indicates intelligence through individual work and endeavors;
This review indicates the need for central planning for pandemic influenza and for epidemiologic containment strategies in the community.
(5) Indicates that the lumber is being used as dunnage.
Description: This designation indicates knowledge of how states and the federal government regulate insurance companies, financial examinations and market conduct examinations, state filing compliance, federal securities laws and how they apply to the sale of financial products, and what specific regulations govern insurance.
The males further displayed a dose-dependent increased preference for sweets, which is a sexually dimorphic behavior in rodents--this finding indicates feminization in the males.