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Synonyms for indicate

to make known or identify, as by signs

to give a precise indication of, as on a register or scale

to give grounds for believing in the existence or presence of

to lead to by logical inference

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indicate a place, direction, person, or thing

to state or express briefly

give evidence of

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suggest the necessity of an intervention

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A section begins with a summary of what the scale indicates about undergraduates' views of a "typical" psychologist and where appropriate is followed by statistical analyses.
Results of this study indicate that school counselors feel more prepared to provide services to students with disabilities when they receive more information about (i.
Lack of response with respect to final iron rare earth analysis may indicate the difficulty of obtaining reliable analyses, in addition to ongoing confusion in this area.
Results from this study seem to indicate that undergraduate students may prefer hybrid courses to exclusively online and exclusively offline courses.
The comments provided by the respondents indicate that the issue needs to be addressed and also provide some suggestions for how to begin.
They were also asked to indicate what score they received as their University entrance score, and 23% indicated that they received a score from between 0 - 60% and 25% had a score above this.
Educational Testing Services indicate that on a scale from one to five where one is low, one-third to one-half of today's welfare participants perform at Level One ("Low Literacy of Welfare Recipients Imperils Chances to Rise From Poverty," 1997).
These studies indicate that there may be a problem with the attitudes of both teachers and students in reference to inclusion in regular classes; however, it was not discussed whether this problem is a result of lack of preparation of the teachers.
As respondents viewed the ad on their computer, they used their mouse to indicate levels of believability by moving it from left to right on a continuum.
The results of the study indicate that community college students appreciate the access and convenience of distance learning courses and are willing to adapt to and accommodate themselves to the technology.