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implicit

(ĭm-plĭ′sĭt) [L. implicare, to enfold, to involve]
1. Implied.
2. Contained inside something.
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After a first screening, 20 were discarded because of their low degree of implicitness and the others were analysed within the four dimensions described by Ruiz Ruiz as: (a) insinuated, the information expressed implicitly and intentionally (21 samples); (b) concealed, the information which is not expressed but is in fact able to generate some degree of implicitness (17 samples); (c) underlying, the information implicitly expressed, not intended, but not unintended either (8 samples); (d) failed, unwillingly and unintentionally expressed information (7 samples).
My argument is that Lincoln's Euclidean habits of argument and his respect for implicitness can be reconciled with each other, and that he deployed the theme of implicitness in a way that minimized (but did not completely eliminate) the possibility that it could be used in an unprincipled way.
Nevertheless, it is such implicitness that instantiates the variables of optionality and mitigation characteristic of advising.
Even two decades later, many of those involved confessed in prosecutors' interrogations to the implicitness of their participation in the crimes, underlining, however, the compulsory nature of their doings on command.
Reflecting on myself as a language-learner, I am a Chinese who is strongly influenced by the traditional Confucian values of modesty and implicitness. Therefore, I preferred to observe everything and kept my thoughts to myself.
Courchene (1996) and Sauv6 (1996) debated the challenge of teaching Canadian culture in light of the implicitness of much cultural knowledge.
Conversely, RFSAs reduced the use of emotional, hedonic, experiential, or empathetic approaches (e.g., subtlety, implicitness, abstractness and association) in their ads, which may have resulted in the decrease in the empathy and tangibles dimensions.
However, should his silence be driven by the worst case scenario suggesting implicitness, and then it becomes either him or South Sudan.
Richard Serra's work has been selected for the implicitness of intermedial and intersubjective perceptual processes involved in the conceptualisation and materialisation of his artistic creations.
His fictional texts treat the issue with a consistent implicitness, she says, while his essays make explicit claims as to how he wishes his work to be treated.
As Celati puts it in an essay on Calvino, it is "the implicitness and silence of experience that gives birth to the prose of the world" ("Palomar" 238).