clear indication


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This circumstance is a clear indication of the sense of the convention, and furnishes a rule of interpretation out of the body of the act, which justifies the position I have advanced and refutes every hypothesis to the contrary.
But William Buffy somehow discovered, contrary to all expectation, that these were not the times when it could be done, and this was the first clear indication Sir Leicester Dedlock had conveyed to him that the country was going to pieces.
I would have you know that this Don Quixote you speak of is the greatest friend I have in the world; so much so that I may say I regard him in the same light as my own person; and from the precise and clear indications you have given I cannot but think that he must be the very one you have vanquished.
As an instance: Owen, in speaking of the dugong, says, 'The generative organs being those which are most remotely related to the habits and food of an animal, I have always regarded as affording very clear indications of its true affinities.
Summary: Mumbai [India], August 21 (ANI): As Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah are set to meet the chief ministers of all party ruled states on Monday to discuss strategy for 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) said the meeting is a clear indication of saffron party's insecurity.
These arrangements should include, but not be limited to: | a clear indication as to whether or not the |proposed draft timetable meets the Operating Specification; a clear indication of how the capacity of the |proposed draft timetable compares to previous actual arrangements; a clear indication where any spare (to be directed |on the day) trains are shown on the timetable (or some similar methodology); and the inclusion of a section highlighting the level of delivery risk.
These arrangements should include, but not be limited to: | a clear indication as |to whether or not the proposed draft timetable meets the Operating Specification; | a clear indication of |how the capacity of the proposed draft timetable compares to previous actual arrangements; a clear indication where |any spare (to be directed on the day) trains are shown on the timetable (or some similar methodology); and the inclusion of a section highlighting the level of delivery risk.
Travis, which has 1,200 branches under brands including Wickes, Tile Giant and Keyline, said markets had stabilised, but added: "At this stage there is no clear indication of when our markets might return to growth.
This lineup is a clear indication of our competitive edge in fermentation technologies.
Derek Simpson, general secretary of Amicus, will call on the Government to give a clear indication of its policy following the completion of its energy review.
The robust real estate leasing activity that we experienced in 2005 is a clear indication of the growth of the Bohemia/Ronkonkoma/Long Island MacArthur Airport area real estate market.
The purpose of that meeting is unclear, but the presence of the Hendricks brothers is a clear indication it had something to do with Tracy's status.