show signs of

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See: promise
References in classic literature ?
Even Julian's patience began to show signs of yielding.
Norah's self-control began to show signs of failing her.
His people, however, were not equally satisfied by a regulation of trade which worked so manifestly against them, and began to show signs of discontent.
Sheep with significant infestations do not always show signs of "bottle-jaw".
According to researchers from the University Of Waterloo in Ontario,Canada, children commonly show signs of a mental disorder soon after receiving a diagnosis involving of a chronic physical condition - asthma,food allergy, epilepsy, diabetes or juvenile arthritis.
The most optimistic voters were in the C2 social group of skilled manual workers, 47 per cent of whom expect the economy to show signs of recovery soon.
5% during August as the property market continued to show signs of slowing down, Government figures have revealed.
New radar images of Saturn's smog-shrouded moon Titan show signs of a shoreline cutting across the moon's southern hemisphere.
BOSTON, MA -- Children in low income families that receive public housing subsidies are less likely to show signs of undernutrition than those of comparable families not receiving housing subsidies, especially if the family is not only low income but also food insecure, a group of American researchers reported.
Specifically, there was little new construction, properties started to show signs of leasing up and rents continued to increase.
Speculators wonder when that nation's frenzied economic growth will begin to show signs of a slowdown.
While the national commercial real estate market begins to show signs of a full market recovery, New Jersey is actually leading the way, far outpacing our neighboring states in terms of job growth, economic expansion and the state of the commercial real estate market.