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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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According to Vacha-Haase and Thompson (2004) the following three major types of effect size indicators can be utilized in psychological research: standardized differences, variance accounted for effects, and corrected effect sizes.
Melt-pressure transducers, pressure indicators, and controllers for extrusion or injection molding.
Enhancements to PeopleSoft's CFO Portal includes 30 additional key performance indicators and financial views including Projected Capital Activity to Plan, Operating Budget Variance, Receivables Aging Summary and Bad Debt Write-off by Customer.
The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) Occupational Health Surveillance Work Group, a subcommittee of the Environmental/Occupational/Injury Committee, completed a set of proposed occupational health indicators that can be used by states to track work-related adverse health effects and their determinants.
For a current compilation of key indicators, go to <www.
As for the allocation and performance of tangible and intangible assets, executives say their decision-making must rely more on factual indicators and less on anecdotal factors.
This year's report repeats many indicators from the 2000 report, but also provides updated data on fatal and nonfatal student victimization, nonfatal teacher victimization, students being threatened or injured with a weapon at school, fights at school, students carrying weapons to schools, students' use of alcohol and marijuana, and student reports of drug availability on school property.
Indicators at the program level will help provide some structure and framework to the evaluation of the implementation of IT as it spreads more and more to various curricula across the academy.
This study presents 18 ways in which the community indicator development process may depart from the ideal and result in the creation of second-best indicators, either by design or by default.
They learn to identify behavioral indicators of physical/sexual abuse and neglect but receive less information regarding emotional abuse.
Subject: IRS Program to Provide Debt Indicators With Respect to Refund Anticipation Loans
I recommend using the new sliding polypropylene yarn indicators (Aqua Fiber Indicators from McKenzie Fly Tackle or Big Horn Indicators from Umpqua) that allow you to change indicator depths easily.
An agency official said personal consumption indicators in the coincident series remained weak though indicating an upward trend.
We want people to rethink what progress is all about," says Mathis Wackernagel, director of Indicator Programs at Redefining Progress, the San Francisco-based policy organization that developed the GPI and other social progress indicators.
The OECD attempts to answer this question by looking at a range of indicators across 41 countries in its latest study on quality of life.