[ in-di-key-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF indicators
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"Where we sit," Cassel said, watching the indicators now that the others were talking.

The fault is not in them, but in the age of which they are no more than the indicators.

In the absence of all other substances they are without action on indicators.

At 0223, my indicators showed activity on the forward radiators.

My doggie rose, with his three indicators erect and expectant.

These are the indicators of crisis, subject to data and statistics.

These clouds were really the indicators of what was going on in the unseen air.

Mirror deflection is now used also for the indicators of many kinds of instruments.

The degree of cultural freedom and the content of cultural output have been indicators of the political situation in the country.

He examined the indicators of the lie-detector with great care.