indication : Definition, Usages, News and More
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n something that serves to indicate or suggest
an indication of foul play
indications of strain
n the act of indicating or pointing out by name
n (medicine) a reason to prescribe a drug or perform a procedure
the presence of bacterial infection was an indication for the use of antibiotics
n something (as a course of action) that is indicated as expedient or necessary
there were indications that it was time to leave
n a datum about some physical state that is presented to a user by a meter or similar instrument
the barometer gave clear indications of an approaching storm
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Albert Einstein remarked in 1932 that "there is not the slightest indication that nuclear energy will ever be obtainable.
The sheer meanness and downright stupidity of the vituperation is an indication of the intellectual bankruptcy of what currently passes for black leadership.
Mary Landrieu in CBS News My vote today to move forward on this important debate should in no way be construed by the supporters of this current framework as an indication of how I might vote as this debate comes to an end,Landrieu said.
President Bush in Newsday I'm disappointed that the leaders rejected this generous offer out of hand,Bush said. "It's an indication to the Iranian people that their leadership is willing to isolate them further."
Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett in International Herald Tribune After the footage was aired, Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett said she was "very concerned about these pictures and any indication of pressure on, or coercion of, our personnel. ...... I am particularly disappointed that a private letter has been...