indication


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with advance notice

 and on advance notice
with some kind of notification or indication that something is going to happen or is expected before it actually happens. We are happy to provide special meals for anyone with advance notice.
See also: advance, notice

You couldn't (do that)!

 and You wouldn't (do that)!
an indication of disbelief that someone might do something. Bill: I'm going to run away from home! Jane: You couldn't! Bill: I get so mad at my brother, I could just strangle him. Tom: You couldn't do that!
References in classic literature ?
The face of the entire cliff was, as later inspection conclusively proved, so shot with veins and patches of solid gold as to quite present the appearance of a solid wall of that precious metal except where it was broken by outcroppings of ruby, emerald, and diamond boulders--a faint and alluring indication of the vast and unguessable riches which lay deeply buried behind the magnificent surface.
She has given a faint indication of intending to speak.
His head was sunk upon his bosom, and perpetual snoring, with a partial choke occasionally, were the only audible indications of the great man's presence.
It was about six inches long, and thicker than my thumb, with some indications of dried cartilage at one end of it.
There were indications as to the direction from which the dead traveler had come.
Bennigsen's note and the Cossack's information that the left flank of the French was unguarded were merely final indications that it was necessary to order an attack, and it was fixed for the fifth of October.
These tears proved, what certain indications of manner had already hinted to me, that Rosalind was more artless than I had at first supposed.
Under the terms of the agreement, as amended, Editas may exercise the option with respect to a designated initial indication until September 30, 2018.
Result representation contains also original position within signal, scale coefficient of wavelet, correlation of wavelet and signal, correlation of wavelet and signal parts and relative angle of correlation components corresponding to indication phase angle.
Most, if not all, elderly people with diabetes have at least one indication for ACE inhibitors or angiotensin receptor blockers, but only about 40% are receiving the drugs, according to a national survey.
The assumption is that the presence and size of the indication correlate with the presence and severity of the internal defect.
Not only do the results support proceeding with COPD wasting as an indication but these data are promising with respect to other indications associated with chronic wasting such as congestive heart failure or chronic renal failure.
Washington alleges that the EU rules are illegal by not allowing the registration of non-EU geographical indications unless the designation was from a country that offered geographical indication protection equivalent to that in the European Union.
All activists who spoke wanted the general indication, but for a variety of reasons the committee tended toward the more restrictive one (there was no formal vote).
Revenue agents have inquired whether they are still permitted to drive by a taxpayer's house or conduct a Lexis search to ascertain if the taxpayer purchased real estate during the year(s) at issue prior to having a reasonable indication that there is a likelihood of unreported income, in light of Sec.