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to lead to by logical inference

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to convey an idea by indirect, subtle means

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express or state indirectly

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suggest as a logically necessary consequence

have as a logical consequence

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suggest that someone is guilty

have as a necessary feature

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This implies that NZVIX is a superior forecaster of future volatility compared to the measure of past volatility that we have used.
The home white of Bleek's jersey links him, as it does Mookie's in Do the Right Thing, to the city that rises around him; the history of both shirts implies a respect for the achievements of black ballplayers both before and after integration.
Does the narrator really think the nothingness is "sweet," so that he somehow equates falling in love with falling into the nothingness of Washington and so that his unfastened seatbelt implies a willingness to plummet into that figurative void.
As the above example indicates, a 10% return on a net rent of $25 SF implies a value of $250 SF, and most suburban office buildings can be constructed for under $200 SF.
This implies that the problem associated with credit risk which increases with the loan's maturity is unlikely to be of any relevance.
This implies that interaction between training time and individual's familiarity with the task or subject matter has an impact on his or her learning performance.
Today it is a term of cultural description, so let us forget what it means and concentrate on what it implies, particularly what it implies in dance.
Paying salary by the month is preferred to a salary contract for a year, because the latter implies a guarantee of employment or membership.
It implies that maternal behavior is more complicated than previously thought, he adds.
This implies the future value of reinvested interest payments will decrease due to a decreased reinvestment rate, but it also implies the bond's sales price will increase.
THIS PRESS RELEASE STATES THAT AN APPLICATION TO LIST TA SHARES ON THE AMEX HAS BEEN FILED AND IMPLIES THAT THIS APPLICATION MAY BE GRANTED.
In short, the very use of "implied author" implies a particular kind of belief and, like all beliefs (as John Locke argued three centuries ago), cannot be coerced.
Yet, while the Afrocentric insistence on cultural separatism has generated a wealth of important new knowledge about African American culture, the hegemanic character of European American culture implies that exceptionalism is not so alien a concept to African American culture as Madsen's argument might suggest.
CHICAGO -- Paul McWilliams, editor of the Next Inning Research newsletter, sees a low-risk mentality forming, which implies that the odds of a strong bull run are probably low and that investors will continue to focus on value.
THE DISCUSSION OF HALLWOOD DEBT IN THIS PRESS RELEASE IMPLIES THAT IT MAY BE PREPAID BY HRPT AT SPECIFIC DATES IN THE FUTURE.