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to have as an accompaniment, a condition, or a consequence

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to have as a need or prerequisite

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land received by fee tail

the act of entailing property

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have as a logical consequence

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impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result

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limit the inheritance of property to a specific class of heirs

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Furthermore, the fact that these evaluations are not semantic entailments of utterances containing "lewd" counts against the view that they are part of the meaning of "lewd.
The entailment holds regardless of what that object happens to be: it's the structure of Red(o) together with (x) (Red(x) [right arrow] 4 Colored(x)) that yields it.
The main entailment of this metaphor is the potential of the tacit knowledge acquired by an individual as a result of his positioning in the gravity field of a given Ba.
MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT 7, possibility closes over REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] entailment 9.
she says that both (la) and (2a) "entail their respective presuppositions" (3) and so "we will need to be careful to distinguish entailments that are presupposed from what I will call "ordinary, simple entailments," which are not also presuppositions" (3).
Wagner (2002) notes that one of the main findings of her study is that "children do not understand the completion entailments of grammatical aspect until approximately age five" (2002: 120) and that five-year-olds behaved "like junior formal semanticists" and matched the perfective sentence to the completed event but remained "agnostic about where to match the imperfective sentence (in accordance with the imperfective's lack of entailments)" (2002: 120).
Metaphorical structures have entailments that generate definite patterns of inference, perception, and action.
The use of extending terms or entailments is an important premise of metaphor theory (Lakoff and Johnson 1980).
The study administered questionnaires to a larger group of students to ascertain Korean language learners' prior exposure to Korean language and culture, identity entailments with the target language.
It is logic itself, not its roles but its applications the vast and infinite system of logical entailments that are not merely abstract, as we usually conceive of them, but rather coated with the substance of being.
Secondly, Heinrich's Gawein is in no sense a second Parzival, transcending the Arthurian world of secular chivalry to enter into his predestined inheritance as Grail King, but a man with youthful blemishes who arduously makes good until he reaches his apogee by lifting the curse on the Grail community, after which 'there are no further moral/regal entailments and Gawein returns to court to report the benefits of what from the point of view of himself and his peers is primarily a famous victory for himself and the Round Table'(p.
The claim that a group is morally responsible for something in this sense certainly formally entails claims regarding the moral responsibility of the individual members, but such entailments are only formal; they cannot really ground individual responsibility.
If an implicative complex of a metaphor is compelling enough (if the metaphor resonates in Black's term) the entailments (Lakoff & Johnson's term) of the secondary subject are ascribed to the primary subject in a more complete way.