(1) The names of the strains denote the place where the virus originated or was first isolated.(2) X and Y aren't a formula; they're a pair of mathematical symbols used to denote an unknown quantity.(3) Four pieces of missing homework did not, in Josh's opinion, denote a letter home, and all the hassle that entailed.(4) In Courchevel, pay attention to the numbers after the name (which denote the height in metres).(5) Now of course this comment is based on knowledge of our own decimal system which is a positional system with nine special symbols and a zero symbol to denote an empty place.(6) Sigma is the Greek symbol used to denote deviations from the mean.(7) To avoid any misunderstandings, I will use the term symbol to denote elements of the set.(8) The main drawback of the Linnean system is that groups must be named with suffixes that denote their rank in this hierarchy.(9) That's how bad it is - I've had to resort to multiple exclamation marks to denote sarcasm.(10) Their name was chosen to denote the feeling of being outcasts in society in terms of being musicians not geared towards a mainstream audience.(11) I think a lot of people who are drawn to witchcraft sometimes will get a tattoo, or mark themselves in some way to denote a rite of passage or an experience.(12) Question marks denote instances where digit identity could not be assigned with certainty.(13) These included the circle, half-circle and various symbols denoting rain, animal footprints, clouds and travelling signs.(14) Kildare County Council has agreed to erect signs denoting the twinning of Kildare with French town Corps Nuds.(15) Stories are never just arguments; they work most effectively by being neither didactic nor definitive: they attract and hold our attention because they are connotative not denotative .(16) Restructuring denotes the reorientation of firms into more efficient units, gaining competitiveness and fuelling growth.