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Synonyms for might

Synonyms for might

physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

the state or quality of being physically strong

Synonyms for might

physical strength

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CUTLINE: The Vital Might, from left: Singer-guitarist Andy Milk, bassist Ben Didsbury and drummer Evan Kraker.
I think a speaker should be counted, in Gricean terminology, as having generated a conversational implicature to the effect that she is in a position to assert that P when she does assert that P, though Grice himself might have declined to call this an "implicature" at all, since it simply specifies that the speaker is obeying the second maxim of Quality, and Grice stipulates that "implicature" excludes commitments that are trivially generated by the supposition that the speaker is observing the Cooperative Principle and its associated conversational maxims (41-42).
(26) In other work, I've used the claim that in asserting something one represents oneself as knowing it, together with independently supported analyses of the relevant modal statements, to also explain these other "clashes" (all given in general schematic form, except for 4, which is an example of the type of conjunction, involving a "simple 'might'", that I mean to indicate):
The same media fragmentation that has allowed Might, The Baffler, and Hermenaut room to flower also limits their reach; for the moment, the closest things we have to a common intellectual forum are sitcoms and advertising.
McSweeney's is a bit more abstract and, well, literary than Might in its approach to dissent--its aim still true but more diffuse, buckshot versus armor-piercing rounds.
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They were hardly simple anti-moderns, however, since the complaints of Bronte activists flowed as much from their drives across the sprawling metropolis as from their observations of the handful of restaurants that lined Lakeshore Road Quite content to commute to Toronto, they imagined that if only they could drive out the drive-ins, their bourgeois utopia of a small town within an urban region might be realized.
1903-40 Percentage Year of all building accounted for by apartmts 1903 1.5 1905 1.0 1907 0.5 1909 1.6 1911 3.9 1912 6.8 1913 3.0 1922 1.4 1924 4.4 1926 11.4 1928 14.3 1930 4.4 1932 0.1 1934 1.2 1936 3.5 1938 18.1 1940 11.1 Sources: Building permits, 1903-40, and Annual Reports, Dept of City Architect & Superintendent of Building, 1920-25, Dept of buildings, 1932-40, City of Toronto Archives; Might's Directories to the City of Toronto, 1929-39; J.M.S.