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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

19 uses
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to show (point out, demonstrate, express, or suggest)
  • Road signs indicate detours ahead.
    Part 1 (78% in)
  • It was intended earlier simply to restate some of his ideas that relate to technology and human values and make no reference to him personally, but the pattern of thought and memory that occurred last night has indicated this is not the way to go.
    Part 1 (71% in)
  • There seems little doubt that he was insane, but much of his writing at the time indicates that what was driving him insane was this hostile opinion of him.
    Part 1 (77% in)
  • The supporting assembly accompanying the power assembly consists of a frame, including foot pegs, seat and fenders; a steering assembly; front and rear shock absorbers; wheels; control levers and cables; lights and horn; and speed and mileage indicators.
    Part 1 (80% in)
  • Their faces indicate they're in the same good mood I'm in.
    Part 2 (9% in)
  • His letters from Korea are radically different from his earlier writing, indicating this same turning point.
    Part 2 (29% in)
  • He contemplates these things and a deep booming on the steel plates all around him and realizes that except for these signs there is no indication whatsoever that this entire compartment is rising massively high up into the air and then plunging down, over and over again.
    Part 2 (30% in)
  • I'm surprised at how all the way up it backfired and sputtered and kicked and gave every indication it was going to quit but never did.
    Part 2 (34% in)
  • The timid way she asks this indicates she may have been a student of his.
    Part 2 (93% in)
  • During the third or fourth week some of the A students began to get nervous and started to turn in superb work and hang around after class with questions that fished for some indication as to how they were doing.
    Part 3 (8% in)
  • But what they were prepared to strike him down for, ethically and with gusto, was any indication that he wasn't making sense.
    Part 3 (20% in)
  • Later I return to the tent where a noise indicates that Chris is awake, and when I look inside I see his face stare around silently.
    Part 3 (29% in)
  • True, there were still unexplained phenomena such as radioactivity, transmission of light through the "ether," and the peculiar relationship of magnetic to electric forces; but these, if past trends were any indication, had eventually to fall.
    Part 3 (52% in)
  • As the course description of gumptionology indicated, this internal part of the field can be broken down into three main types of internal gumption traps: those that block affective understanding, called "value traps"; those that block cognitive understanding, called "truth traps"; and those that block psychomotor behavior, called "muscle traps."
    Part 3 (88% in)
  • A second path to ancient Greece was indicated by the sudden way the whole question, What is quality? had been jolted into systematic philosophy.
    Part 4 (6% in)
  • This deviousness, the quick shuffle out the philosophy door seemed to indicate that the Chairman for some reason was unable to throw him out the front door of the committee, even with that outrageous letter in hand, and that gave Phaedrus some confidence.
    Part 4 (21% in)
  • There was nothing in his style to indicate that Aristotle was ever one to doubt Aristotle.
    Part 4 (38% in)
  • And now, with a gleam that indicates he has intended this all along, the Professor of Philosophy swings his finger around and points it at Phaedrus.
    Part 4 (40% in)
  • All accounts indicate this was absolutely central to their teaching, but how are you going to teach virtue if you teach the relativity of all ethical ideas?
    Part 4 (57% in)

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