from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as emplacement.
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It's early days in the experiment with open primaries - and such contests are certainly preferable to the implacement of Central Office Androids - but if the existing pattern (small sample size alert!) is repeated across the country we will end up with a parliament of doctors.
And this differentiation occurs via its implacement into a specific situation or context vis-Ã -vis other things in an endless chain of mutually referring (and differing) correlative thing-events.
Recently, I viewed a hospital bill for a non-complicated heart stent implacement for $130,000, which is what an uninsured/self insured person would be required to pay.
The average stint implacement costs about $25,000.