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in·di·cia

 (ĭn-dĭsh′ə, -dĭsh′ē-ə)
pl.n.
1. Identifying marks; indications.
2. Markings on bulk mailings used as a substitute for stamps or cancellations.

[Latin, pl. of indicium, sign, from index, indic-, indicator; see index.]

indicia

(ɪnˈdɪʃɪə)
pl n, sing -cium (-ʃɪəm)
distinguishing markings or signs; indications
[C17: from Latin, plural of indicium a notice, from index]
inˈdicial adj

in•di•ci•a

(ɪnˈdɪʃ i ə)

n.pl., sing. -ci•um.
1. the legends or stamplike devices printed on postal stationery or bulk mail to indicate that postage has been paid.
2. distinctive marks.
[1615–25; < Latin, pl. of indicium disclosure, token, sign =indic-, s. of index (see index) + -ium]
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Qualified indicia of property ownership are held at all times from the acquisition date until the transfer date by an EAT that is not the taxpayer or a disqualified person.
Qualified indicia of the property's ownership is held by a person (the EAT) who is not the taxpayer or a disqualified person, and either such person is subject to Federal income tax or, if such person is treated as a partnership or S corporation for Federal income tax purposes, more than 90% of its interests or stock are owned by partners or shareholders subject to Federal income tax.
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These are indicia of comprehensive consolidated supervision; no single factor is essential and other elements may inform the Board's determination.
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Some indicia of independent appearance are clear-cut.
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