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implicit

(ĭm-plĭ′sĭt) [L. implicare, to enfold, to involve]
1. Implied.
2. Contained inside something.
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Roth that they are tired of being compelled to implicitly support his plays, and that he should find another venue.
He said Andre implicitly. He said Andre would do a good job for would do a good job for us.
However, one might well feel that in reading Cato's story Cavendish is implicitly writing her own, as she speaks of "Dispersing] the Ashes of ...
BEIRUT: Hezbollah denounced Washington Thursday for the latest scandal involving American soldiers in Afghanistan, while implicitly blaming the U.S.
"The word 'settlement' implicitly means finding a solution demanded by the opposition (March 8) forces, that is, firstly, the postponement of the indictment, and secondly, turning the page of the international tribunal," he added.
and implicitly out items split into two distinct groups.
"I trust them implicitly and I can't think of anyone I know who's had a worse time."
Even though the Act clearly concerned assisted human reproduction and did not prohibit but implicitly allowed IVF, and despite the fact that IVF is condemned by the Church, the CCCB did not object to IVF as such when the Act was presented to Parliament, and they do not appear to object to it even now.
In 1997 the attorneys general who put together the agreement asked Congress to endorse a similar deal, implicitly conceding that the Compact Clause required such approval.
The court noted that although the Service claimed that unrelated parties "implicitly share the spread" of the options, both parties agreed that unrelated parties would not explicitly share these amounts.
Is there anything about the amendment that explicitly or implicitly defines "God" and what it means to "acknowledge" him?
Every author of an infectious disease topic assumes this task, at least implicitly. For example, the clinical aspects of adenovirus infection are hard to discuss without also highlighting the host factors that lead to greater susceptibility.