- n. Plural form of implication.
“The stealth story here, the one with real long-term implications, is this: taking huge swaths of public park space to create urbanized private enterprise.”
“I didn't experience any of that my last two years of college, but I did feel the way Forster messed with the reader's experience of time, so that important moments pass in a sentence, and untangling their implications is the quotidian work of the rest of the novel.”
“With serious title implications, UFC 96 matches up a pair of 205 pound dynamos responsible for some of the most exciting fights in recent UFC history.”
“Besides the obvious title implications, this game has almost too many story lines to name.”
“If the title implications continue in the game, then that's the goal. ”
“I don't know what the long-term implications may be.”
“More Europeans Set Focus on Libyan Rebuilding How rebels treat people and property in places like Umm Qandeel could have longer-term implications for the new Libya—helping to determine whether the rebel-led National Transitional Council assumes power relatively smoothly, or inherits a vengeful and drawn-out tribal insurgency.”
“By late June, the long-term implications of that ship on the balance of power in Southeast Asia and the escalating military aggression by China in the South China Sea had both become massive stories.”
“BEAUBIEN: Well, in terms of - the social implications is this sense of less security.”
“Even counselors who are supportive of PGD as a distinct entity say that they worry about the long-term implications of including it into the DSM.”
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