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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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.
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.
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They provide positive or negative indication of meth residue on the basis of the kit's lower limit of identification (0.
Without any negative indication whatsoever, I heartily applaud the change to
The fact that there is no statement from the Quartet is a negative indication that there is deep division between them," Abbas said.
forces is a negative indication and will create problems.
RIYADH: The return of speculations on the shares of small companies have driven up prices of insurance stocks in the Saudi bourse by 12 percent during transactions this week but analysts said it was a negative indication for the market.
Fitch does not view the asbestos charge as a negative indication of the active companies' underwriting strategy or ability.
This is a very negative indication," Justice Noha Al-Zeiny told Daily News Egypt, explaining that the decision would fuel doubts about the integrity of the trial and consequently ignite protests.
The former president warned that the paralysis of dialogue sessions headed by President Michel Sleiman was a negative indication that put Lebanon's national interests at risk.