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A statistic on HubSpot indicates that 86% of businesses use video as a marketing tool.

Brennan asked that her client be released from custody with a GPS monitor, pending further court proceedings, and indicated that there were medical reasons to do so.

Model projections indicate both storms may cut to our west, which would allow temperatures aloft to warm enough to change any snow to an icy mix.

Another test involves breathing hard in front of a mirror to see if you blink while wearing a mask, which would indicate leakage from the top of the mask.

The latest captured and released lion is P-95, whose name indicates it’s the 95th puma captured in the study.

An attorney was asked to follow up, but no records indicate what happened next.

The fragment is written in Coptic, not Greek, and is not actually from the Bible, as the title would indicate.

In general, comas are a negative prognostic factor and indicate severe damage.

Propagators: Who has been retweeting and spreading the story, given the retweets often indicate agreement?

There was nothing to indicate this is where I was going to end up.

Granular and fatty casts, therefore, always indicate partial or complete disintegration of the renal epithelium.

In dates of the last and present century it is usual to indicate the last two figures of the date.

It came to be used as a supplement to the law to indicate ways of doing things unknown to the law, which ought to be done.

The second word should indicate by its consonants the numbers of the bones to which the attachment is made.

He threw out his arms, as if trying to indicate the proportions of a great world or of an enormous ocean.

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On this page you'll find 172 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to indicate, such as: announce, argue, demonstrate, express, hint, and illustrate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.