from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an implied manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By implication or inference.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By implication; so as to imply; virtually.
The Administration now seeks to claim that the Congress -- when it enacted its 2001 resolution authorizing the use of military force in Afghanistan and against al Qaeda -- somehow intended with that Resolution to amend FISA and thereby silently and "impliedly" gave the Administration the right to engage in exactly the secret, warrantless eavesdropping on American citizens which FISA makes it a criminal offense to engage in.
The NFL argued that it would be better to distinguish between expressly and impliedly false endorsements, and require evidence that consumers received an endorsement message for impliedly false endorsements.
The seat is part of the car, and the driver who takes control of the car impliedly has control of the seat.
But by citing the foreign practice, the majority impliedly represents that it did affect their ruling.
Still, I consider it an interesting question (I think that they impliedly amended this section is the only sensible interpretation).
Can an Amendment impliedly repeal a provision of the Constitution?
You argue above that states can exercise (expressly or impliedly) delegated Article II powers.
Providers cannot be paid and/or participate in the Medicare program unless they comply with these provisions, and they impliedly certify compliance with these provisions when they file claims.
Translation: "We asked the same questions about the Ricci case ad nauseum just to keep impliedly calling her a racist, did a little dance about the law protecting abortion rights making us very very angry in our magic undies, then wiped our chins, winked and blew a kiss at the NRA."
B. Congress "taking a lead on affirmative action" (i.e., the way it's supposed to work and what you are impliedly arguing for when you criticize her in this manner) ... while the Dems have a supemajority in both houses;
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