But Netanyahu has given no indication that he is interested in making concessions of any kind.
Still, that gives an indication of what a newly minted MBA joining the firm might reasonably have expected to shoot for.
There is no indication that this will end anytime soon, and no clear sense of what happens next in Toronto.
Still, San Gabriel authorities have said there is no indication any drugs or alcohol were involved.
There is no indication that Citigroup suffered massive losses in 2007 and 2008, and then a major post-rescue recovery in 2009.
Had I seen the least indication of water on ahead, I should have gone.
In this case the indication of the pointer must be divided by ten.
"The fact of her being at liberty to-day is an indication that no immediate villainy is contemplated," broke in my companion.
And is there not already some indication of such a religion?
It has been often stated that Paine was befriended by Dr. Rush, but there is no indication of this.
indication in·di·ca·tion (ĭn'dĭ-kā'shən)
Something that points to or suggests the proper treatment of a disease, as that demanded by its cause or symptoms.
Something indicated as necessary or expedient, as in the administration of a drug.
The degree indicated by a measuring instrument.