This trend reduces the utility of Black Friday sales as an indicator.
Suk countered that perhaps the high prices were an indicator of desperation: “Why are high prices seen as a sign of health?”
This isn't the only indicator, the Chinese are also buying fewer cars as well as fewer apartments in Toronto.
Stock performance is not necessarily–or these days even usually—an indicator of corporate health or management acumen.
What was done to Danny is an indicator of the kind of war we're in.
He set the indicator with as much care as if he were setting the hands of his watch.
There was some kind of an indicator on the side of it that looked like the face of a watch.
Other simple mechanism works a rotary drum by which this indicator card is carried.
The cylinder of the indicator is fastened upon a wooden or Pg.
Now gear the lathe to cut 40 threads per inch and apply the indicator.
indicator in·di·ca·tor (ĭn'dĭ-kā'tər)
One that indicates, especially a pointer or an index.
An instrument used to monitor the operation or condition of an engine, an electrical network, or another physical system; a meter or gauge.
The needle, dial, or other registering device on such an instrument.
Any of various substances, such as litmus or phenolphthalein, that indicate the presence, absence, or concentration of another substance or the degree of reaction between substances by means of a characteristic change, especially in color.