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IMPLICATION. An inference of something not directly declared, but arising from what is admitted or expressed.
     2. It is a rule that when the law gives anything to a man, it gives him by implication all that is necessary for its enjoyment. It is also a rule that when a man accepts an office, he undertakes by implication to use it according to law, and by non-user he may forfeit it. 2 B1. Com. 152.
     3. An estate in fee simple will pass by implication; 6 John.. R. 185; IS John. R. 31; 2 Binn. R. 464, 532; such implication must not only be a possible or probable one, but it must be plain and necessary that is, so strong a probability of intention that an intention contrary to that imputed to the testator cannot be supposed. 1 Ves. & B. 466; Willes, 141; 1 Ves. jr. 564; 14 John. R. 198. Vide, generally, Com. Dig. Estates by Devise, N 12, 13; 2 Rop. Leg. 342; 14 Vin. Ab. 341; 5 Ves. 805; 5 Ves. 582; 3 Ves. 676.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In contrast, the implied author recognizes that the mode of narration is an "artificial construct" but "accepts responsibility for whatever values or norms it implies" (125).
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The word formal implies that there is an agreement or contract that is either written or verbal which substantively indicates that the interaction is significant and that it lasts for a period of time.
Because "job placement" carries a negative, patronizing connotation for persons with disabilities (Greenwood, 1982) and denotes a directional relationship or a linear "from-to" concept that implies that the counselor retains the power over individuals with disabilities to put them into jobs, it is proposed that this term should be replaced by a more appropriate phrase.
Like the expectations theory, the liquidity preference theory implies that long rates are an average of expected short rates, but with the addition of a premium that depends on the term to maturity.
"What this [finding] implies is that even if you get tobacco free of nitrosamines, you can make a certain amount of them [in the body] just from the exposure to nicotine," notes Harold Seifried of the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Md.
Paper-clip's childish writer role creates a second conflict because it implies a childish reader role that users also reject.