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A superficial traveller might object to the dirt, which is their leading characteristic; but to those who view it as an indication of traffic and commercial prosperity, it is truly gratifying.'
There were indications as to the direction from which the dead traveler had come.
Nothing contentious, you understand, but only an indication that there are greater deeps beyond.
The face of the entire cliff was, as later inspection conclusively proved, so shot with veins and patches of solid gold as to quite present the appearance of a solid wall of that precious metal except where it was broken by outcroppings of ruby, emerald, and diamond boulders--a faint and alluring indication of the vast and unguessable riches which lay deeply buried behind the magnificent surface.
He never showed affection for him, or for anyone else upon the Marjorie W., nor did he at any time evince any indication of the savage temper that had marked his resentment of the attack of the sailors upon him at the time that he had come among them.
In a well- regulated body politic this natural desire on the part of a spirited young gentleman so highly connected would be speedily recognized, but somehow William Buffy found when he came in that these were not times in which he could manage that little matter either, and this was the second indication Sir Leicester Dedlock had conveyed to him that the country was going to pieces.
Permit me, for one moment!" She has given a faint indication of intending to speak.
This potential unfairness was addressed by the European legislature in Directive 2004/27/EC (4) which amended the Community code relating to medicinal products for human use and allowed patented indications to be "carved out" of labels.
Between 2007 and 2012, Pluristem and BCRT have collaborated on a variety of indications utilizing Pluristem's patented PLacental eXpanded (PLX) cells including neurological indications such as Multiple Sclerosis, cardiovascular indications such as inflammatory cardiomyopathy, and comprehensive immunological research for Pluristcm's Peripheral Artery Disease clinical programs which are now entering into Phase 2 trials and address a $16.5 billion global market.
Only about one in every five surveyed medical students could correctly identify five true and two false indications of when to wash their hands in the clinical setting, according to a study published in the American Journal of Infection Control.
Among the topics are geographical origin as a complex feature of agro-food products, legal debates surrounding geographical indications, the current situation and potential development of geographical indications in Europe, public policies and geographical indications, and geographical indications in the US and developing countries.