Prepositions after "indicative"
|In 98% of cases indicative of is used|
|indicative of spiritual tribunals.|
|indicative of her accessible approach, Ms.|
|Sad, but indicative of the perceived value.|
|This is indicative of the total lack of coherence, even within the same industries.|
|But to suggest that the sample is indicative of the whole population is misleading.|
|Coincidentally, I think that's absolutely indicative of the people that are successful at Sapient today as well.|
|So the configuration that you have for your system should be indicative of the kind of load you plan to service.|
|He privileges the description itself as indicative of the impact of Auschwitz and the uprising on its prisoners.|
|That folks, is a Liberal party supporter, and unfortunately indicative of the thinking of 30% of Canadians or so.|
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