1 The poise of the head strikes one at once as indicative of thought and power; the head is noble, well-sized, broad, and large behind the ears.
2 I found him sitting out in the middle of the floor on his stool, a pose which is generally indicative of some mental energy on his part.
3 "Let your excellencies only leave the matter to me," returned Signor Pastrini in a tone indicative of unbounded self-confidence.
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4 He maintained a hard, careless deportment, indicative of neither joy nor sorrow: if anything, it expressed a flinty gratification at a piece of difficult work successfully executed.
5 He was still a pale young gentleman, and had a certain conquered languor about him in the midst of his spirits and briskness, that did not seem indicative of natural strength.
6 The latter shook his head, and made a gesture indicative of his inability to reply.
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7 He uttered a sound which was neither sigh nor sob, but was even more indicative than either of a troubled mind.
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8 His wife had sunk back on the bed near the fireplace, with a face indicative of astonishment.
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9 Far away, at the extremity, he perceived tops of trees, spaced at regular intervals, which indicated that the wall separated the garden from an avenue or lane planted with trees.
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10 By the side of this romantic element which we have just indicated there is the social symptom.
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11 At that epoch mustaches indicated the bourgeois, and spurs the pedestrian.
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12 The shadow of the window-frame was not shown, which indicated that the window was wide open.
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13 Chenildieu was brought in, a prisoner for life, as was indicated by his red cassock and his green cap.
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14 All three remained speechless, and indicated by a sign of the head that they did not know him.
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15 The night wind had risen, which indicated that it must be between one and two o'clock in the morning.
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