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noun as in indication

verb as in arrange, order


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The changes won’t disrupt the level of the index, the company says.

From Fortune

In its updated 2020 wildfire mitigation plan, SDG&E said it developed a vegetation risk index, which could help identify where it needs to do the 25-foot pruning.

SAC spun the index off into a separate company in 2019 to further develop the technology behind it, and is promoting its adoption by other industries.

On those two previous occasions, value beat the index by the biggest margin.

From Fortune

By contrast, health care—the second-largest sector—carries a market cap of just under $4 trillion and represents only 14% of the index.

From Fortune

A helpful pictorial index provides photographs of the actual objects.

There is an expanded place-name index with more than 150,000 entries, and separate undersea, Moon, and Mars features.

He stuck his index finger in the red welt around the spot where bin Laden shot me.

The country was ranked 144 of 177 nations surveyed by Transparency International in its 2013 graft perception index.

He soon invents the “Efram Daniels Expulsion Index (EDEI) … a hybrid futures and prediction market.”

The degree of pallor furnishes a rough index to the amount of hemoglobin in the corpuscle.

Wright and his followers regard the opsonic index as an index of the power of the body to combat bacterial invasion.

A low color-index probably indicates a mild type of the disease.

The color-index is thus almost invariably low, the average being about 0.5.

The changes in hemoglobin and red cells resemble those of a moderate symptomatic anemia, with rather low color-index.

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On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to index, such as: indicator, ratio, basis, clue, evidence, and formula.

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