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implicit

(ĭm-plĭ′sĭt) [L. implicare, to enfold, to involve]
1. Implied.
2. Contained inside something.
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However, it could be argued that this accusation was made in the context of a campaign, where some others, if not McCain himself, at least implicity used Obama's race as a means to question Obama's patriotism and other character issues.
ISSA, Solution of the implicity discretised fluid flow equations by Operator-Splitting, J.
Althusser seems to misconstrue Lacan's concept of the imaginary (and implicity, the mirror stage) in the former.
Crusoe describes the man in careful detail, noting that he is not an African, but implicity, a being of a somewhat higher order.
Robb is implicity claiming open-source, systems-disrupting insurgency as the latest step in the military theorist William Lind's famous "generations" of warfare.
The more sophisticated textbook discussions of public finance implicity make certain partial equilibrium assumptions about the elasticities of tobacco, liquor, etc.
Was imposed a pass orifice by annular cross area and was obtained a law of variation for the compression valve diameter and, implicity, a law of variation for the valve interstice cross area.
Race emerges as a ubiquitous determinant of human relations, and racial prejudice, usually undisguised, overt, and crude, is implicity rejected.
In satirizing and parodying the hero, Thersites demonstrates intimate familiarity and implicity affinity with Achilles.
However, this argument can become circular, implicity serving as a justification for the status quo, rather than promoting gender equality.