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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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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.
THIS PRESS RELEASE MENTIONS A NUMBER OF IMPORTANT DEMAND GENERATORS WHICH MAY BENEFIT THE HARBOR COURT COMPLEX AND MAY IMPLY THAT THESE ATTRACTIONS WILL ALWAYS POSITIVELY AFFECT THE PERFORMANCE OF THE HOTEL, OFFICE AND GARAGE OPERATIONS.
THE STATEMENT OF THE FUND'S INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE MAY IMPLY THAT THIS OBJECTIVE WILL BE REALIZED.
InClusion or exclusion of a procedure does not imply any health insurance coverage or reimbursement policy.
If the term premium is positive, the implied forward rate curve will be more upward-sloping -- or less downward-sloping -- than interest rate expectations would imply.
Congress expressly recognized that structure/function claims can indirectly imply a use in the prevention of disease and intended to permit dietary supplement manufacturers to make claims relating to disease prevention, so long as manufacturers did not directly claim or imply disease prevention or treatment.
These findings imply that even though CBT renders freedom to an individual during training, a difficult interface or instruction leads to frustration.
New technologies for supply-chain management and flexible manufacturing imply that businesses can perceive imbalances in inventories at a very early stage--virtually in real time--and can cut production promptly in response to the developing signs of unintended inventory building.
To offset this fact, investors often imply a ceiling on residual values.
This would imply economic discrimination," says Badgett.
Bejczy makes it clear that his sympathies lie with Prester John, but one might object that the tolerance of those who are different need not imply tolerance of rape and murder.
Any written policies that imply a serious intent of permanent medical organization membership are elements of psychological contract.
104(a)(2), essentially interpreting the phrase "on account of personal injuries or sickness" to imply "but for" causation.
com, the Imply Labs personalized gift engine, which launched in September.
his di f ferent works will imply different versions, different ideal combinations of norms.