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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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And at the same time implying that she did not care, that it was for their own sakes that she hoped they would "go against the world--the horrid world which had crushed poor papa.
Custom terms them sciences, but they ought to have some other name, implying greater clearness than opinion and less clearness than science: and this, in our previous sketch, was called understanding.
And, subtly implying that a jury which did not so decide, was quite unthinkable, Mr.
He had had an experience of moderately dirty weather -- the term dirty as applied to the weather implying only moderate discomfort to the seaman.
Mr Tappertit obeyed, with a flourish implying that he did so, under protest.
The response would be heard again here, implying that it was impossible to say anything fairer, and that this was the next thing to paying the money down.
We find evidence implying that the NZVIX can predict market volatility and find a significant contemporaneous and weakly significant predictive relationship between the NZX 15 Index returns and changes in the NZVIX.
A BISCUIT manufacturer was criticised today for implying a snack range was healthy.
Instead, the grid for Winters is space itself, constantly permeable while implying the accumulation of--or passage through--all matter.
Eco sees these two types of texts as implying contrasting kinds of reader.
Implying that gray areas of the law have been settled: Federal courts have split over the question of "student-initiated" prayer at school events such as graduation, assemblies and sporting matches.
It implies progress, movement, of course, and the very phrase ("advance guard") is obviously of some military origin or connotation, implying perhaps an enemy such as those very Philistines that old Robert Schumann's Davidsbundlertanze was so concerned about.
One rat studied after it stopped nursing seemed to have lost any increased sensitivity in its trunk, implying that these changes may be reversible.
Such statements include statements about, or implying the ability and success associated with the integration of NetSolve's remote management services with Avnet Enterprise Solutions' overall managed services portfolio; and the ability of NetSolve and Avnet Enterprise Solutions to expand managed services offerings into areas that provide additional value to customers.
That is, she does not maintain an exceptionalist ethos in the universalist way of implying that, if only African Americans were allowed full and equal participation in the American nation, the nation would indeed be in a position to redeem its paradisiacal promise.