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to have or convey a particular idea

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express or state indirectly

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involve as a necessary condition of consequence

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Heavy-handedly, the NCAA is trying to do the right thing, convince universities that claim to ``honor'' American Indians that nicknames and mascots connoting the same primitive ferocity as Wolf Packs, Wildcats, Cougars, Gators and Hurricanes is a strange way to honor human beings.
By the way, "Meritage," in addition to connoting heritage and merit, is also a term used in the California wine industry to describe a very special connoisseur's blend of reds.
Everything worked out okay for "Mock," which in Chinese means horse, connoting strength.
The name Ariel, connoting the creative imagination, appears in the titles of works by a number of subsequent poets, including T.
Such an approach places an unreasonable burden on a company's management and spokespersons to become linguistic experts, or otherwise live in fear of violating Regulation FD should the words they use later be interpreted by the SEC as connoting even the slightest variance from the company's public statements.
A stock's capitalization classification is the price of the common stock multiplied by the total number of shares that the company has outstanding, with larger cap companies connoting a greater degree of stability.