But the Dean rose, indicating that the interview was over.
She moved one hand, indicating the door of her bedroom.
Wynand indicated a chair and Toohey sat down.
But there was nothing in the face; no indication of purpose.
When circumstances delude us into thinking that free action is indicated.
He rose to his feet, indicating that the interview was ended.
"Because…" Mallory roared suddenly, and then his voice broke, and his head dropped, and he finished in a flat whisper: "because I’ve spent two years"—his hand circled limply indicating the room—"that’s how I’ve spent them—trying to get used to the fact that what you’re trying to tell me doesn’t exist…."
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She did not indicate which candidate she supports.