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indicate

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bring to mind

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to state, as an idea, for consideration

to lead to by logical inference

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to convey an idea by indirect, subtle means

to have a particular flavor or suggestion of something

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imply as a possibility

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suggest the necessity of an intervention

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Given the limited amount of training related to students with disabilities completed by many school personnel, and given the research suggesting that more positive attitudes are associated with greater amounts of pertinent pre-service education, in-service or other professional development activities can be viewed as a critical intervention related to creating positive school experiences for students with disabilities.
Whether such a book ought to be assigned as common reading for all freshmen is another question; but the idea that suggesting such an assignment should be grounds for a "hostile environment" complaint is absurd.
In suggesting that men should be able to retire at age 55, our data may reflect blue-collar workers' wishful thinking that is grounded in their real-life experience of physical deterioration but not supported by current age pension eligibility.
Such sensitivity to the ideational implications of physical combination and recombination has been a consistent feature of Suddath's practice: His last solo exhibition, at the University of Illinois at Chicago's Gallery 400 in 2004, was explicitly presented in terms of the designation as well as the occupation of space, suggesting a forum that might be both interactive and reflective.
For example, before the May modifications, suggesting that a taxpayer "check the box" to elect to treat an entity as a partnership or recommending that the taxpayer enter into a section 1031 exchange (i.
Similar effects were also observed in aortic rings without endothelium, suggesting that vascular smooth muscle plays a key role in enhancing vasoconstriction induced by arsenite.
However, based on current research in the QOL literature suggesting the importance of weighting more personally important domains, an extension of Devins' approach is proposed.
Recent learning theories describe hierarchical models of learning processes suggesting that student learning is enhanced when students are taught "higher level" processes and are scaffolded into the next level in the hierarchy.
This was the only single patient who had a lumbar puncture, suggesting that the involvement of the CNS in SARS is rare.
12) This three family model, according to Turner, was supported as well by dental evidence of prehistoric human remains suggesting three separate migrations.
The first development suggesting that the IRS's changed its approach was Est.
Ironically, Gould's "passing" as black itself questions the very racial categories the Atonists wish to secure by suggesting the possibility of racial nomadism that defies strict striation.
Evidence provided in the painting suggests that the Virgin and Child panel may have been a prior workshop production: a large area on the far left, just above the Virgin's shoulder, has been covered with black paint, suggesting that a portion of the original imagery was deemed inappropriate to the work.
Correlations of satisfaction with age and education level were not statistically significant either, suggesting that participant age and education is not associated with satisfaction.
5 in November, suggesting significant progress for the group as a whole (See Figure B).