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adj inferred; conceded.
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Not that I want to imply that Winters leaves us with the organic, as opposed to the political or collective.
Association with an athlete and an athlete's accoutrements can imply, then, strength or potency.
THIS STATEMENT MAY IMPLY THAT ALL MAINTANENCE ISSUES AFFECTING THE HALLWOOD PROPERTIES HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED BY HRPT AND TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT IN SETTING THE PURCHASE PRICE.
By covering the sexual organs as if they were the eyes of criminals, the censors nonetheless imply that these organs have an array of capacities associated with sight, that they offer an alternative way of "seeing" the world.
Specifically, the guidelines imply that certain types of "student-initiated" prayer and other religious speech at school events are legal when in fact federal courts have split over the question.
What does the cartoonist imply (suggest) about the UN's policies toward Iraq?
That would imply that committee chairs and influential members are, in fact, the chief extortionists standing in the way of beneficial legislation, rather than public servants leading the efforts to craft such legislation.
a regarding the coverage of demand for the period 2005-2007 will not imply a significant reduction in the output of ENDESA's coal plants, excluding the closure of plants that were already considered.
Web service interfaces, on the other hand, often imply some form of stateful interaction with the clients of the service," explained David Snelling of Fujitsu, convener and proposed co-chair of the OASIS WSRF Technical Committee.
business experience may imply that investment objectives will
THE STATEMENT OF THE FUND'S INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES MAY IMPLY THAT THESE OBJECTIVES WILL BE REALIZED.
The fact that this offering has priced may imply that the offering will close.