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- n. index
- n. indication
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Index; indication.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An index.
Array\%Count\%: = LV_GetCount () indice: = LV_GetCount (); msgbox indice \% indice\% array Array\%Count\%
StringLen, length, InputVar i0: = 1 indice: = 0 loop i\%A_Index\% = InStr (InputVar, ", false, i (\% indice\%)) indice++ if i\%A_Index\% = 0 break loop \% indice\% send,
They hope the indice will be a "true reference for the buying power of French consumers."
Chattisgarh is the Centre of Diversity of the indice varieties of rice.
Je n'ai aucun indice me permettant de savoir si ca marche ou pas.
In fact, this is the first time ever that we will have a decade where an indice would actually drop.
Mapified Stock Indices - Map daily changes to the asian stock indice.
A response surface expressing the relationship between the annual mountain hemlock radial growth indice, average July air temperature and April 1 snow depth.
I did a lot of research after that and learned that fasting blood sugar the criterion used for diagnosis is practically the last indice to deterioriate.
Renati Descartes: Novo methodo adornata & explicata, cumque indice locupletissimo actua, London (1675, 1678, 1680, 1683); Nuremberg
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