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“Indicative is the example of the use in Canada of the Russian helicopter K-32 A, the sole type of helicopter used in difficult Arctic conditions.”
“Indicative" is not synonymous with proof in a mathematical/deductive sense, nor can such profoundly indicative evidence per se be conceived as expressing a scientific theoretical architecture (reflecting, imo, the overreach of IDers), but it is strongly indicative of design and of mind behind it all nonetheless.”
“Indicative of how dangerous it became were the physical changes that took place over the course of the war at the Baghdad bureau of the New York Times, which gradually morphed into a fortress festooned with searchlights and machine gun emplacements on its roof, surrounded by concrete blast walls, a foot thick and twenty feet high, protected by forty armed guards.”
“Indicative of this trend was Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, the Tanzanian member of al-Qaeda involved in the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Africa, who decided to leave Karachi for the tribal agency of South Waziristan in April 2003.”
“Indicative of this, the U.S. stock market has gotten whacked in recent sessions, with the Dow skidding 322 points on three consecutive losing sessions.”
“Indicative of the way Americans feel about the "change" occuring in our country??”
“Indicative of the increasing focus on water, sanitation and hygiene, the UK's Department for International Development is increasing bilateral aid on the problem.”
“This took place in the Far East in 1929, as he tells it in "Present Indicative," his first volume of autobiography, written eight years later:”
“Indicative guidelines" on what constitutes an imbalance are yet to be agreed on.”
“Indicative of how the continent is split, the African Union on Tuesday pulled out of a London summit on Libya after its members could not agree over its position on Western-led military involvement.”
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