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indent

1. Chiefly Brit (in foreign trade) an order for foreign merchandise, esp one placed with an agent
2. Chiefly Brit an official order for goods
3. (in the late 18th-century US) a certificate issued by federal and state governments for the principal or interest due on the public debt

indent

[in′dent]
(science and technology)
To form a depression by forcing inward.

indent

1. The gap left by the omission of stone, brick, or block units in a course of masonry; used for bonding future masonry.
2. In a wall of a church, a space hollowed out of stone to receive a brass effigy.

indent

To align text some number of spaces to the right of the left margin. See hanging paragraph.
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The compromise took over the Employment Committee's suggestion to promote studies on the relation between severe poverty and fundamental rights (Annex I, Point 3, Indent 2)
The entry level ELT1 is a video filar system for measuring the indents on the computer's monitor using a virtual joystick for easy on-screen operation.
By the 1830s formal indented craft apprentices were increasingly rare in the United States, but the courts, often without regard to parental opinion, continued to bind poor free boys and girls as "apprentices." Not surprisingly, actual practices also often involved race and gender issues.
If there is a need for a third level, the heading should be indented, italicized, first word capitalized with remaining words written in lowercase letters, and followed with a period.
current machine of choice for permanent indent marking of metal and
Similarly, he said that indent of Sindh would be reduced to 10,000 cusecs from 20,000 cusecs from December 25 while Punjab's indent has already been decreased to 25,000 cusecs from 40,000 cusecs.
It is pertinent to mention that water release from Tarbela and Mangla reservoirs is always made in accordance with IRSA indent. This season, IRSAs indent, remained higher than that of the last year, due to which water level plummeted so quickly.
For this study, the DMA was equipped with a diamond indenter and used in a static stress scan mode (no dynamic component) to measure modulus from mN load indent analysis.