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something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else

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Compare this analysis to relevant existing initiatives, including from a separate indicator harmonization process with international finance institutions conducted by IFC, indicators from other institutions (e.
Systems-based : Indicators that relate to the management of an EHS system
The warehouse includes health indicators from a variety of HHS data sources.
These indicators are as follows: The indicator of the system dimensionality degree ([i.
The number of indicators has more than tripled since the first publication of structural indicators in 2001 [2], thus reflecting the additional policy areas and the general need for more indicators.
In this article, we first take a close took at the uses of indicators of underlying inflation and the definition of "underlying inflation" in the literature.
Analysis of users' behavior consists of examination of relevance indicators such as reading and scrolling time and activities such as printing, bookmarking, etc.
To understand the notion of Personal and Family Sustainability, it is necessary to use a combination of relevant and generally accepted "self-sufficiency" factors from the literature in accordance with sustainability indicators suggested by the United Nations and the United Kingdom.
The author points out that these trending indicators are lagging indicators as they depend on past financial data.
Particles of various sizes and makeups induced the widest-ranging effects, but nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide also had an effect on certain indicators.
Compile trends data and other statistical information such as census data, demographics, morbidity and mortality data, and health status indicators
Comparing your company's key performance indicators against those of industry peers, known as benchmarking, produces valuable information to help you improve your company's financial performance and increase its value.
Environmental indicator sets assemble quantitative measures of conditions and trends (known as indicators) to assess the state of the environment and natural resources and to gauge progress toward specific goals.
For example, the 5th edition of the American Psychological Association Manual (APA, 2001) emphasizes the necessity to include some index of effect size or strength of relationship in psychological research further stating that the failure to report indicators of effect or strength of relationship to be a "defect" (p.
Pressure controllers and indicators for extrusion and injection molding.