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When describing forms of expression, the adjectives meaningful and significant imply an underlying and unexpressed thought whose existence is plainly shown although its precise nature is left to conjecture. Meaningful implies a secret and intimate understanding between the persons involved: Meaningful looks passed between them. Significant suggests conveying important or hidden meaning: On hearing this statement, he gave the officers a significant glance. Expressive suggests conveying, or being capable of conveying, a thought, intention, emotion, etc., in an effective or vivid manner: an expressive gesture.  Suggestive implies an indirect or covert conveying of a meaning, sometimes mentally stimulating, sometimes verging on impropriety or indecency: a suggestive story or remark.

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Murray said the number of digital subscribers is in the tens of thousands range while the revenue earned from that business was not yet a meaningful portion of the publication’s overall revenue.
She leads all rookies1 in block percentage, she’s third in effective field-goal percentage, and she’s playing meaningful minutes for a Seattle team that leads the WNBA.
That’s why it would be important for the new agency to have a technically sophisticated staff and meaningful access to company data.
Today’s riots, still relatively rare, roil after years of legal logjams and gridlock on meaningful policing reform.
During the pandemic, with hooking up really off the table, we’ve really seen that accelerate a strong demand for services and apps that provide more meaningful connections.
So while the organization is going for it now, there is still plenty in reserve, beginning what appears to be an era of meaningful baseball in San Diego.
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Johnson asked for some water, and while she appeared attentive, her speech was delayed, her memory impaired and she was unable to “hold a meaningful conversation,” the doctor noted.
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Yet still we do not see enough meaningful action from those in a position to drive real change.
So, even if you are right about it, that’s not likely to have a meaningful impact on the presidential election.
From this company’s sales chief to its individual team leads, there has been a lack of “meaningful, real, concrete strategy” communicated to members of the sales department, said this employee.

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