negative indication

negative indication

[′neg·əd·iv ‚in·də′kā·shən]
(computer science)
A hole punched in a specified column and specified punch position on a punch card to indicate that a number represented in a particular field of the card has a negative sign.
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subtilis could be a negative indication of how further research could pan out.
Khalil warned that growth in customer deposits and loans has fallen to some extent compared to previous years, warning that this is a very negative indication.
The fact that eight nations, including the United States, voted against the motion is a negative indication," Sabeeh added.
Such an American step gives a negative indication of the possibility of success in the efforts to revive stalled peace talks," the statement quoted him as saying.
Continuous decline in the FDI is a negative indication for economy and reflects that the foreign investors' confidence is still not restored and they have reservations over Pakistan's economic performance," economists said.
The legislation would also have prohibited credit rating agencies from placing a negative indication upon a consumer's credit report because the consumer engages in a comparison of loan rates (See July 27 Insurance Advocate e-newsletter for additional coverage).
They provide positive or negative indication of meth residue on the basis of the kit's lower limit of identification (0.
Anyone who lives in Michigan knows that if CPS officials feel there is any negative indication, they will remove the children from the home right away.
Without any negative indication whatsoever, I heartily applaud the change to
NNA - Finance Minister, Ali Hassan Khalil, warned on Wednesday that the political escalation affects the financial status which would indirectly impose a worse situation over the country, adding that the dilemma of not ratifying a general budget gives a negative indication to the whole world.
forces is a negative indication and will create problems.
Fitch does not view the asbestos charge as a negative indication of the active companies' underwriting strategy or ability.