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indicative:

see moodmood
or mode,
in verb inflection, the forms of a verb that indicate its manner of doing or being. In English the forms are called indicative (for direct statement or question or to express an uncertain condition, e.g.
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Indicatively, work should begin in the course of the fourth quarter 2015.
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The present study reviews this patient sub-group and analysed the change of the leiomyoma sizes before and after treatment to indicatively establish the safety of these medications for treatment of menopausal symptoms in the presence of uterine fibroids.
Indicatively, the use of performance measurement was operationalized by researchers in simple straightforward ways such as asking managers if "we use performance measures in this municipality" or "we do not use performance measures in this municipality" (emphasis in the original survey used for Poister and Streib 1999, and Streib and Poister 1999).
Indicatively, only 49 percent of respondents say their organization has a cross-organizational team that regularly convenes to discuss, coordinate, and communicate information security issues.
The Voluspa, indicatively, finds him raising a sorceress from the dead to learn her wisdom.