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to make known or identify, as by signs

to have or convey a particular idea

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Earnings results of Japan's six major nonlife insurance companies in billions of yen in fiscal 2004 with figures in parentheses denoting year-on-year percentage changes.
DELTA][gamma] denoting the vertical misalignment of the sample.
The grid of months to days has become a reminder of where we are meant to be at every moment, denoting bank closures and Hallmark holidays, as opposed to this fluid conceptualization illustrating that we are creatures of this planet as well.
The word "marriage" is a sacred word denoting the lifelong union between one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others and for the purposes of procreation and mutual sanctification.
Let L be a random variable denoting the incubation period, and f(l) and F(l) be its probability density function (p.
Nuber fondly remembers the day the asterisk denoting "apprentice" was removed from his name in the program.
Based on the SAE J200 classification system, Zeotherm is a DH polymer, denoting its excellent heat and oil resistance, according to the company.
He rates each idea on a "cuckoo scale," with one cuckoo denoting feasibility and four cuckoos, probable impossibility.
The new registrations consist of two letters, denoting town of origin, followed by the number 51, denoting the six-month registration period between September 1, 2001 and February 28, 2002.
Serif is a word of obscure origin, denoting one of those fiddly lines at the top or bottom of a printed letter.
Peter Scharf, in this meticulously researched study, investigates the use of some crucial terms in ancient Indian philosophical texts: the words denoting form, generic property, class property, generality, individual objects, and matter as well as their mutual relations.