indicium


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in·di·ci·um

 (ĭn-dĭsh′ē-əm)
n.
Singular of indicia.

indicium

- An indication, sign, or token—specifically, the stamp on mail indicating paid postage.
See also related terms for token.
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Now, by using BizTech's powerful INDICIUM Capture software in conjunction with Panasonic document scanners, customers in businesses of all types and sizes can quickly and easily capture, index and import paper files into a variety of electronic content management systems including SharePoint and BizTech's INDICIUM Document Management System.
The third indicium looks at whether the regulatory regime is concerned with trade as a whole rather than a particular industry.
The revenue is dispensed from the Promail II in the form of a digitally signed indicium, a unique bit pattern that can be determined to have originated from a particular device at a particular point in time.
Placing funds at risk indefinitely in the issuer's trade or business has been historically considered to be an indicium of equity.
The item also contains a fastener component configured to removably join the insert to the reusable outer cover, wherein the fastener component serves as an insert indicium by being cooperative with a cooperating component of the reusable outer cover to effect fastening with correct front-rear orientation of the insert with respect to the reusable outer cover, and by not being cooperative with a component of the reusable outer cover to effect fastening with incorrect front-rear orientation of the insert with respect to the reusable outer cover.
The disposable absorbent article includes at least one serviceable indicium that facilitates an easy change by providing alignment of the article relative to an anatomical feature of the wearer or by externally highlighting one or more components of the article thereby indicating alignment and fit about the wearer's lower torso.
The article includes at least one serviceable indicium that facilitates an easy, intuitive change by aligning the article relative to an anatomical feature of the wearer or relative to a component of the article thereby enhancing the fit and corresponding performance of the article.