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And the system will grow more accurate as it is used more frequently, since customers can enter their actual costs and give a little Yelp-like review while they're at it, to give some indication of quality.
The unprecedented growth in number of students enrolled on the University's programs and courses is a reflection of its popularity among masses and also an indication of quality of the programs it offers, he asserted.
The relative cost of a pair of sunglasses is not always an indication of quality and safety," he added.
In the absence of other metrics, the only indication of quality a consumer has for a Credence Good is the price--as a consequence, there is often a direct relationship between price and demand, which is great for the industry.
Scientists created a way of fingerprinting sperm to get an indication of quality.
Fully machined aluminum has long been regarded as an indication of quality and strength in riser manufacturing.
YEARS ago, Chris Kelly brought Pizza Express to Birmingham when the franchise's name was an undisputed indication of quality.
This is a very important indication of quality of life--that they would do it all over again," he said.