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Synonyms for index

Synonyms for index

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

Synonyms for index

a numerical scale used to compare variables with one another or with some reference number

a number or ratio (a value on a scale of measurement) derived from a series of observed facts

a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

an alphabetical listing of names and topics along with page numbers where they are discussed

the finger next to the thumb

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list in an index

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provide with an index

adjust through indexation

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Although not widely used elsewhere, exercise ABI tests have been done at Erasmus for at least 20 years, she said.
Abi, looking a lot slimmer, and Lee booked into a pounds 300- a-night suite at the five-star Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort and Spa in Dubai last week.
Juan Alejos, associate professor of pediatric cardiology at Mattel, praised Abi and the family, calling them remarkable.
ABI publishes strategic research on the broadband, wireless, electronics, networking and energy industries.
It forms part of ABI Research's Wireless Infrastructure Research Service (http://www.
ABI client businesses are marketed predominantly on the Internet through ten websites, including ABI's own.
ABI Research evaluates vendors on the basis of Innovation and Implementation by selecting multiple criteria related to product/company characteristics that serve as proxies for the vendors' performance in these two areas.
Her research focus at ABI Research is on the world of digital media and mobile content, its creation, packaging, distribution, and management.
According to ABI Research principal analyst Dan Benjamin, "In the near future, high-end navigation products will need increased capabilities from the hardware, better connectivity, more varied data, and more powerful functions.
But two senior ABI Research analysts -- wireless research director Stuart Carlaw, and principal mobile broadband analyst Philip Solis -- point out that while the iPhone is undoubtedly clever and capable, it is not correct to call it a smartphone, as much of the media has done.
Broadcasters stand to benefit in several ways, according to ABI Research's principal broadband analyst, Michael Arden.
A new study from ABI Research forecasts that such universal players will become the norm, not the exception, benefiting confused consumers unwilling to commit to one DVD camp or the other.
According to ABI Research's broadband research analyst Serene Fong, "More operators than ever are offering multiple services in an attempt to retain customers and to increase revenue.
Stuart Carlaw, director of wireless research at ABI Research, says that "From a pure coverage perspective WiMAX is twice as energy-cost-effective and metro Wi-Fi is 50 times more energy-cost-effective than WCDMA.
Additionally, these services allow infrastructure vendors to secure new revenue streams, according to a new study from ABI Research that forecasts double-digit compound annual growth rates over the next five years.