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  1. Index definition is - a list (as of bibliographical information or citations to a body of literature) arranged usually in alphabetical order of some specified datum (such as author, subject, or keyword): such as. How to use index in a sentence.
    Index definition is - a list (as of bibliographical information or citations to a body of literature) arranged usually in alphabetical order of some specified datum (such as author, subject, or keyword): such as. How to use index in a sentence.
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  2. „Folyik a hátamon az izzadtság, miközben kissé lihegve pumpálom egy se keze, se lába műanyag torzót”. Kollégánk elvégezte a Semmelweis Egyetem újraélesztő gyorstalpalóját, ahol azt is megtanulta: a Staying Alive-ot dúdolva vissza lehet hozni valakit a halálból ...
    „Folyik a hátamon az izzadtság, miközben kissé lihegve pumpálom egy se keze, se lába műanyag torzót”. Kollégánk elvégezte a Semmelweis Egyetem újraélesztő gyorstalpalóját, ahol azt is megtanulta: a Staying Alive-ot dúdolva vissza lehet hozni valakit a halálból ...
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  3. Index definition, (in a nonfiction book, monograph, etc.) a more or less detailed alphabetical listing of names, places, and topics along with the numbers of the pages on which they are mentioned or discussed, usually included in or constituting the back matter. See more.
    Index definition, (in a nonfiction book, monograph, etc.) a more or less detailed alphabetical listing of names, places, and topics along with the numbers of the pages on which they are mentioned or discussed, usually included in or constituting the back matter. See more.
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  4. An index is an indicator or measure of something, and in finance, it typically refers to a statistical measure of change in a securities market.
    An index is an indicator or measure of something, and in finance, it typically refers to a statistical measure of change in a securities market.
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  5. U skladu s novom europskom regulativom, Index.hr je nadogradio politiku privatnosti i korištenja kolačića. Kolačiće upotrebljavamo kako bismo vam omogućili korištenje naše online usluge, što bolje korisničko iskustvo i funkcionalnost naših web stranica, prikaz reklamnih sadržaja i ostale funkcionalnosti koje inače ne bismo mogli pružati.
    U skladu s novom europskom regulativom, Index.hr je nadogradio politiku privatnosti i korištenja kolačića. Kolačiće upotrebljavamo kako bismo vam omogućili korištenje naše online usluge, što bolje korisničko iskustvo i funkcionalnost naših web stranica, prikaz reklamnih sadržaja i ostale funkcionalnosti koje inače ne bismo mogli pružati.
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  6. An index is a numeric representation, a shorthand, of the movements in a portfolio or stock market.
    An index is a numeric representation, a shorthand, of the movements in a portfolio or stock market.
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  7. late 14c., "the forefinger," from Latin index (genitive indicis) "forefinger, pointer, sign, list," literally "anything which points out," from indicare "point out" (see indication).Meaning "list of a book's contents" is first attested 1570s, from Latin phrases such as Index Nominum "Index of Names," index expurgatorius "specification of passages to be deleted from works otherwise permitted."
    late 14c., "the forefinger," from Latin index (genitive indicis) "forefinger, pointer, sign, list," literally "anything which points out," from indicare "point out" (see indication).Meaning "list of a book's contents" is first attested 1570s, from Latin phrases such as Index Nominum "Index of Names," index expurgatorius "specification of passages to be deleted from works otherwise permitted."
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  8. An index number is an economic data figure reflecting price or quantity compared with a standard or base value. The base usually equals 100 and the index number is usually expressed as 100 times the ratio to the base value. For example, if a commodity costs twice as much in 1970 as it did in 1960, its index number would be 200 relative to 1960.
    An index number is an economic data figure reflecting price or quantity compared with a standard or base value. The base usually equals 100 and the index number is usually expressed as 100 times the ratio to the base value. For example, if a commodity costs twice as much in 1970 as it did in 1960, its index number would be 200 relative to 1960.
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  9. The Index Department performs more than 100 statutory duties, including commissioning notaries public, registering lobbyists and recording their expenditures.
    The Index Department performs more than 100 statutory duties, including commissioning notaries public, registering lobbyists and recording their expenditures.
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  10. Table of Contents . Consumer Price Index Summary ; Table 1. Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U): U. S. city average, by expenditure category
    Table of Contents . Consumer Price Index Summary ; Table 1. Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U): U. S. city average, by expenditure category
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