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indicate

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bring to mind

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to state, as an idea, for consideration

to lead to by logical inference

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to convey an idea by indirect, subtle means

to have a particular flavor or suggestion of something

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imply as a possibility

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2+] levels, suggesting that arsenite might increase the contractility of blood vessels via [Ca.
I am grateful to Conrad Rudolph for suggesting a possible relationship between the patron and a Bernardine-type spirituality.
Olivia Wong takes a sociological approach, suggesting we place five individuals, who speak distinctly different languages, in a house such as the one in ``Big Brother,'' and watch them live and learn to interact with each other.
As the Oven's inscription now appears, it begins with an empty space followed by the fragment of a sentence apparently suggesting patriarchal, even divine, authority: ".
It was sparked by ``Tonight Show'' host Jay Leno's bit Monday having fun with the Valley's secession movement by suggesting the names Gridlockia, Pornadelphia and Smogadena.
ImClone Systems researchers presented preclinical data suggesting that an investigational fully human monoclonal antibody, designated 18F1, that targets the Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor-1 (also known as VEGFR-1 or FLT-1) effectively blocked the binding of growth factors VEGF and Placental Growth Factor (PIGF) and inhibited tumor cell growth in a xenograft mouse model of VEGFR-1-expressing human breast cancer.
When sonar signals get stronger, suggesting that a prowling bat is close, insects may fly upward in a spiral, flutter their wings chaotically, or fold their wings and dive to the ground.
Claudia Miller, a professor of environmental medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, says that the three- and fourfold increases in risk associated with the polymorphisms are notable, and that the findings are important in suggesting a physical basis for these illnesses.
Georg Baselitz's figures embody the dialectical tension between these two conditions: It is evident in the difference between the male figure who holds a skull behind his back--the watch on his right wrist suggesting that time is running out--and the female figure who holds a lunch box behind her back.
Several women wash Nana's feet to show respect to her, while both versions of Imitation of Life show black women rubbing the feet of white women, suggesting their subservience (46-50).
Nonetheless, his children laughed when tickled, suggesting that laughter was an innate reflex rather than a learned, social response.
At those sites, the researchers noticed that the eggs in large clutches were grouped in twos, with the same end of each egg pointing in a similar direction, suggesting that the eggs were laid in one sitting.
Posttranscriptional modifications would account for the unexpectedly low concordance of autoimmune diseases among identical twins, suggesting that to a great extent there is a protein-environment interaction occurring, as opposed to a strictly gene-environment interaction.
Confessional, 1996-2000, for example, is composed partly of wire mesh, with the piece's billowing empty shape suggesting a place for a father figure within its structure, and a wooden platform providing a place upon which a confessor--implicitly, the viewer-may kneel.
Brotherhood in this instance, however, is not exclusive but all-encompassing, suggesting egalitarian relations between men and women as well.