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01. In a book on hockey, Wayne Gretzky's name shows dozens of references in the [index].
02. I looked in the table of contents and the [index], and I couldn't find anything about it.
03. Books in the library are [indexed] by author, title, subject, and key word.
04. The New York Stock [index] is showing a slight drop today.
05. The inflation [index] shows a slight increase in the cost of housing over the last six months.
06. The consumer price [index] indicates that the cost of living has increased by almost 3%.
07. The encyclopedia consists of 20 volumes plus an extra [index] volume.
08. The journal is [indexed] by author, title, and subject.
09. The [index] in this book is quite extensive, so you may find it useful.
10. Their Internet site offers an [index] of the news stories of the past year.
11. There is an old proverb which states that the face is no [index] to the heart.
12. Zadok Rabinwitz once said that a man's dreams are an [index] to his greatness.
13. The Statue of Liberty's [index] finger is 8 feet long, and it displays a fingernail measuring 13 by 10 inches.
14. Those who are critical of IQ tests suggest they fail to provide a broad [index] of human intelligence.
15. There are two [indexes] at the back of the book; one listing references, and one listing subjects.

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  • Index — In dex, n.; pl. E. {Indexes}, L. {Indices}(?). [L.: cf. F. index. See {Indicate}, {Diction}.] [1913 Webster] 1. That which points out; that which shows, indicates, manifests, or discloses; as, the increasing unemployment rate is an index of how… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Index — Sm erw. fach. (19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus l. index (indicis) Register, Verzeichnis, Katalog , zu l. indīcere ansagen, bekanntmachen (die Bedeutung unter Einfluß des Intensivums l. indicāre anzeigen, bekanntmachen ), zu l. dīcere (dictum)… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache