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conveyed indirectly without words or speech

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It comes from the First Circuit, and the precise questions presented are: whether the implied certification theory of legal falsity under the FCAapplied by the First Circuit below but recently rejected by the Seventh Circuitis viable; and if so, whether a government contractors reimbursement claim can be legally false under the implied certification theory if the provider failed to comply with a statute, regulation, or contractual provision that does not state that it is a condition of payment, as held by the First, Fourth, and D.
Most new concepts in narrative theory either wind up gradually incorporated or quietly ignored; the debate over the implied author, however, has become rather entrenched.
First, there is an increasing amount of literature suggesting that the implied volatility index is a measure of investor sentiment.
When purchasing goods, be aware that the purchase agreement may be subject to body of statutory law that sets-up special implied warranties.
Statements that support a finding of an implied contract include promises about promotions and future ownership interests in the company.
2036(a)(1) turns solely on whether there was an express or implied agreement that S would retain de facto control and/or enjoyment of the transferred assets.
There is not the relativity implied in the English usage of the word, justice.
Refusal of narrative, even implied, leaves the viewer situated but hardly contained by the work.
While many poems seem to feature a narrator that is not clearly ethical, this is part of the implied author's strategy for eliciting a particular effect.
54 for FNF's common stock on July 10, the implied per share consideration is $26.
Wonder here was paradoxical; for it implied something beyond explanation at the moment yet also something that could be explained given enough time and talent.
By 1976, the community's unwillingness to tolerate any destabilizing elements in its heroic version of history has implied that the community has been emptied of identity.
The capitalization of those higher expected returns boosted equity prices, contributing to a substantial pickup in household spending on new homes, durable goods, and other types of consumption generally, beyond even that implied by the enhanced rise in real incomes.
To induce market participants to invest in long-term issues, they must be compensated in the form of a higher yield than the level implied by the expectations theory.
The Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA) is asking the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to reconsider the latest dietary supplement labeling ruling that prevents the use of implied disease claims.