- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of indicate.
“Varela feels, however that this discussion over a term indicates something more profound is lacking in the republican strategy towards the Latino vote.”
“Falconry was once popular in the Wachau region, and the designation Federspiel literally, falcon play on the label indicates a lighter style, from 11 to 12.5 percent alcohol.”
“Very sweet and also clear, but what he did today, I think, was put a lot of people at ease, because he spoke as a, from the perspective of assuming the responsibilities of pope and looking out at the whole church, looking at the whole world and saying he wanted to be what his title indicates, a pontiff.”
“La Chimuela—the nickname indicates disfigured teeth—rips open her left forearm in a splash of bottles.”
“As the title indicates Scott embraces the idea of having many children and turning them into God's -- literal -- mighty warriors in order to subvert the secular order and replace it with a "godly" order, in other words a fundamentalist theocracy by whatever name.”
“As the title indicates, the hero is a magician, an aging Frenchman called Tatischeff who is struggling to survive on the shrinking music-hall circuit of the late 1950s.”
“Roach's new book, as the title indicates, looks at some of the absurdity and downright hilariousness that went into preparation to send humans in to space.”
“While he is a competent painter, his name indicates that he is descended from chicken farmers.”
“As the title indicates, each mix runs for ten minutes and encapsulates diverse themes, emotions and moods that unfold as you listen.”
“The cookie dough in ice cream and most slice-and-bake cookie varieties is usually made with pasteurized eggs, but check that the label indicates this before eating them. egg safetyavoid food poisoning”
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