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adj inferred; conceded.
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Mookie's Robinson jersey suggests a more peaceful integration, within the parameters of an extant system, while frustrations expressed in his pizzeria shirt imply a much more violent, and less patient, standpoint.
But this argument would imply that everything else the federal government does to advance the welfare of Americans is not worth what it costs taxpayers, because if it was, constituents would already see they were getting more than their money's worth.
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On this ideological background, the Puritans believed themselves to make a covenant with God on the voyage over, according to which a successful landing on the shores of the "unknown" western land would imply that He had chosen them for the strenuous task of establishing His Kingdom on the frontier of the New World's natural and religious wilderness.
Some texts or situations of reading may foster the sense of the deeply personified implied author that Booth imagined, while other texts or situations may imply the kind of authorship Ansgar Nunning describes as an impersonal "totality of all formal and structural relationships in a text" (115).
THE PRICING OF THE FUND'S INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING MAY IMPLY THAT THIS OFFERING WILL CLOSE.
his di f ferent works will imply different versions, different ideal combinations of norms.
PEMEX is now marking-to-market these implied derivatives, which resulted in an increased charge in 2005 and will likely imply higher volatility going forward.
THESE STATEMENTS MAY IMPLY THAT THESE QUALITY RANKINGS MAY CONTINUE.
Forward-looking statements are generally preceded by words that imply a future state, such as "expects" or "anticipates," or that imply that a particular future event or events will occur, such as "will," "remain," "may," or the negative of these terms.
Nor does this recognition imply verifiable intentions; it only suggests that the reader who infers an implied author understands the text to be intentional, in this sense, intention lies with the reader rather than with the author.
THE STATEMENT OF THE FUND'S INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES MAY IMPLY THAT THESE OBJECTIVES WILL BE REALIZED.