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indicate
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The Fountainhead
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  • 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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  • These maps are drawn with north to the top unless otherwise indicated.
  • She did not indicate which candidate she supports.

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