’Your observation being limited to "little puss," ’ said Mrs. Sparsit, ’and there being two little girls in question, I did not know which might be indicated by that expression.’
Indicative mood, present tense.
Mounds where the grass was rank and high, and where brambles, dock-weed, and such-like vegetation, were confusedly heaped together, they always avoided; for dismal stories were told in that country of the old pits hidden beneath such indications.
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These maps are drawn with north to the top unless otherwise indicated.
She did not indicate which candidate she supports.