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As she sat speculating on the strange change which had come over her father her eyes had wandered aimlessly along the harbor's entrance; the low reef that protected it from the sea, and the point of land to the south, that projected far out into the strait like a gigantic index finger pointing toward the mainland, the foliage covered heights of which were just visible above the western horizon.
I meekly fished it out of the index finger of my glove and poked it in the box.
His blue eyes sparkled and flashed, his clean-cut mobile features were an index to his slightest shades of feeling and expression.
He argued erroneously when he said to himself that her heart was not indexed in the honest freshness of her face; but Tess had no advocate to set him right.
You will find a few notes upon the matter under the heading B in my indexed list of cases."
As in the original G-10 index, the Board of Governors' three new indexes employ a multilateral weighting scheme.
'The Muscat Securities Market has completed the annual revision of the constituents of the MSM30 index and three sectoral indices (financial, services and industrial).
The annual reconstitution of the broad-market Russell 3000(r) Index captures 3,000 of the largest U.S.
1 in terms of rental business, since its rent index was recorded at 25.05 points.
At the end of a contract year, if the index has increased, some or all of the increase is credited to the annuity.
The annual reconstitution of the Russell 3000[R] index captures 3,000 of the largest US stocks, ranking them by total market capitalization.