ko'rsatkich, ko'rsatma, yo'l-yo'riq
Noun(1) a mark to indicate a direction or relation(2) an indicator as on a dial(3) (computer science, an icon(4) a strong slender smooth-haired dog of Spanish origin having a white coat with brown or black patches; scents out and points to game
(1) The opening weeks of 2005 are giving a firm pointer to the increased competitiveness and dramatic developments that will shape the telecommunications sector this year.(2) The Golden Globes, voted for by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, are seen as a pointer to this year's Oscars, and were held just two days before Oscar nominations are announced.(3) Eye contact fosters trust and understanding and hence is a pointer to the quality of future interaction you may have with someone.(4) To help him work with the predominantly non-English-speaking crew, he was given a laser pointer .(5) And is this fact no more than nostalgia or is it a pointer to what the future holds?(6) The only back pointer available is the link to the original community.(7) Dora Carrington was well beaten by Miranda in the Heinz 57 but perhaps that winner is very special indeed and if she runs on Sunday it will be an interesting pointer to the future claims of the Ballydoyle colt.(8) Mellon is financially astute and his arrival on the share register was a pointer to possible developments in the future.(9) The past is more than relevant, but it is never a pointer to the future.(10) I emailed this person back, with a screenshot of my Start menu, with the mouse pointer pointing to the Printers folder at the top of the start menu.(11) The big disadvantage, and almost a dead give-away of this trick, is that the compass pointer moves in direct response to the movement and the proximity of your body!(12) When the queue for that link reaches a pointer in the FIFO for that data packet, it is retrieved from memory and forwarded to its destination.(13) The idea is that the aggregated purchases and disposals by directors is the most reliable pointer to the future direction of the market.(14) The junior tour was first held in 1978 and has proved a pointer to the future stars in cycling.(15) And to me it's like a map of some epic struggle between individuality and conformity - a wee multi-coloured pointer to the future of art.(16) the figures were a pointer to gradual economic recovery
(1) laser pointer :: lazer ko'rsatkich
1. indicator ::
2. stick ::
3. indication ::
4. tip ::
5. arrow ::
6. cursor ::
Different Formspointer, pointers
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