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    What is the difference between you indicate… and you state…?

    What is the difference between you indicate… and you state…?

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    Re: What is the difference between you indicate… and you state…?

    "State" is stronger.

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    Re: What is the difference between you indicate… and you state…?

    'Stating' has to be explicit. 'Indicating' can be implicit, ie. an implication.
    "My wife is fat". That's a statement.
    "My wife finds it hard to find clothes big enough for her." That's an indication that the wife is possibly fat, or maybe simply big.

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