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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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Members of the golf club can benefit from some of the following - unlimited access to the challenging nine-hole course, unlimited access to USGA short game area, half-price balls for the driving range, pounds 5 guest fees for friends and family, a '-hour indicatory golf lesson courtesy of Adam Hunter Golf, the chance play in club competitions and 18-hole medals, gain an official CONGU handicap plus one month's free as standard - all for only pounds 395, or as little as pounds 1 a day over the 13 months.
In the absence of the pumpkin turned coach, the mice (played by children in silvery leotards) turned horses become a bit less significant.Aa The fact that these mice also do not physically change further mystified me.Aa Clearly however, amid indicatory music and a flurry of activity, something happens and the ballet is never more innovative than when it employs three lean children dancers in silver to simulate the movements of inviolable midnight clock.Aa
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Public health indicatory show that current sanitation methods of water resources are having adverse effects on public health in the city.
(31) Military courts have echoed this rule of law, noting that "the fabrication of false and contradictory accounts by an accused criminal, for the sake of diverting inquiry or casting off suspicion is a circumstance always indicatory of guilt." (32) Both Federal and military jurisprudence, however, have distinguished between false exculpatory statements and general denials of guilt, noting that the latter are not considered admissible.
Spectators "feel that the utterer is thinking," rather than perceive his state of mind through traditional indicatory gestures and intonation.

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