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To see this feature in “all three of the major branches” of mammals — placental mammals, marsupials and monotremes — “is really indicative that it is an ancestral trait,” Anich says, and she’d like to see further research explore that possibility.
They are, however, indicative of trends in the larger advertising ecosystem.
Of course, partisan affiliation, while indicative of how a person might vote, doesn’t guarantee a person will vote for their party’s candidates.
That was indicative, I think, of the general investment in data and technology.
That impressive milestone was indicative of global decline in smartphone sales amid the pandemic.
This data will hopefully help link the narrow tree bands, indicative of slower growth, to hurricane damage.
When you saw scores from the ’60s and the ’70s and the ’80s and you saw scores of games, it was indicative of defense, compared to now.
The silver trade is far more indicative of how the global economy is doing as more than half of what’s mined is used in industrial processes.
Each of these aspects of a QB’s performance is indicative of their true skill and is less affected by circumstances and luck.
IS JOSH ALLEN ACTUALLY GOOD NOW?JOSH HERMSMEYERSEPTEMBER 25, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
There’s a common tendency to assume a single piece of data about the storm is more indicative of the level of potential destruction than it is.

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