According to Justice Department regulations, a presidential pardon is a sign of forgiveness and ``not a sign of vindication, and does not connote
or establish innocence.
Their interest does not connote
any endorsement of Med-Vantage as consultants; nor did they provide any financial support.
Was the procession really akin to a festival, or did the music connote
the organized joy of a nationalist march?
Consumers have told us in focus groups that grapes on the vine connote
that fresh picked taste.
Combinations of nouns, verbs, and other sentence components connote
relationships, actions, or facts and are stored in a searchable database structure.
The money is being made with vehicles that connote
Unlike ``infinite,'' the word ``enduring'' doesn't connote
permanent, everlasting victory, but an ongoing struggle, complete with the setbacks and shortcomings that are part of the human condition.
Such language today seems too weak to carry the weight of subjectivity that the words connote
e) This term does not connote
an actual operating speed of 1 Gb/sec.
To do otherwise would connote
elitism, and that's not what this city is about,'' Ostrom said.
Even without the photos, though, the paintings would have a quality of anticlimax: brilliantly realized, successfully harmonizing the part (every square inch a mottled complexity) with the enormous whole (the largest work is over 24 feet wide), they nevertheless connote
neither majesty nor awe but enervation.
Still, you may want to pick up this overdesigned book (an irritating transparent dust jacket whose lettering shadows, cast on the hardcover, are supposed to connote
heaven coming down to Earth) for its trove of unintended guffaws.
9 Nine indicates perfection and/or completion and may connote
the notion of wanting to save the world with boundless faith, Merho said.
Paula Hayes' clunky garden-shop structures didn't enliven the definition of drawing but enervated it and the tradition of earth art they supposedly connote
Kawakubo remains the only designer who deploys the surrealism inherent in photographic practice: selection, composition, showing one bump to connote