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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of implicate.


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  • As the title implicates, I am looking into guest-blogging.

    Digital Point Forums

  • While the title implicates beauty care products, the article does not link to the original study so it's difficult to determine exactly what ingredients were discovered.

    The Beauty Brains

  • Moreover, the result of substituting one term implicates the denial of the result of substituting any term to the left, but not to the right.


  • My comments should not be misconstrued to mean that every transaction referred to as a loan by modern finance parlance implicates usury.

    Archive 2008-10-19

  • However, the Las Vegas Four Seasons is right there on The Strip, right next to the Luxor, which kind of implicates it as one of those Vegas hotels - lobbies clanging with slot machines and crowded with wandering tourists clad in Reeboks, Dockers shorts, hooded sweatshirts tied around their waists and clear plastic visors embellished with flamingoes.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Meanwhile, the most important policy issue the Giffords episode directly implicates is that of gun control, particularly the assault weapons ban that Congress allowed to lapse, which would have limited Loughner's ability to obtain an extended magazine for his Glock 19.

    Angry words about angry words -- is the Giffords debate helping?

  • A recent leaked EPA memo implicates the pesticide clothianidin as a contributor to honeybee die-offs, although sadly the EPA has yet to curb the chemical's use in the U.S.

    Tara Lohan: Why You Should Really Be Concerned About the Global Wildlife Die-offs

  • At his best, Gilbert is one of those standups who implicates the audience in the collapse of his own life, writes Brian Logan

    This week's new comedy

  • The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) is investigating the incident and, in a press release yesterday, implicates cold water (which has arisen from colder than average weather):

    Cold Chesapeake Bay waters likely behind fish kill

  • The “we” that creates a line between Ghana and the United States, that implicates him in Atlantic slave histories.

    Global Voices in English » Ghana: Global discussion of Obama’s visit to Ghana


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