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- noun Plural form of
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George Inn; thy heels on the fender, and thy juridical brow expanding its plications as a pun rose in your fancy?
He paused, thinking about the im - plications of it all.
This chapter is based on Keith A. Steinkraus, A.plications of biotechnology and genetic engineering to A.rican fermented food processes, UNIDO/IS. 336.
Moreover, the “glamor” of science, due to its spec - tacular advances and the visibility of its practical ap - plications, awakened the ambition to make philosophy an “exact” science in its own right.
But even if imprinting were to be shown to be continuous with, or to be a form of, conditioning, there is no doubt that it is a phenomenon deserving special attention, not only because it is of great interest to ontogenetic studies of animal behavior but also because of its im - plications for human developmental psychology and psychopathology.
In response to the often-repeated argument that savages scorn the com - plications and cares of civilized life, Johnson roundly declared that their opinion comes from ignorance alone.
In political science there are increasingly many ap - plications.
This very considerable variation in thickness will be found to be owing to the folds or plications of the vein, to which we shall hereafter make more particular allusion.
On the contrary, it is seen to be marked by _folds_ or plications, occurring at tolerably regular intervals, and crossing the vein at an angle of 40° or 45° to the west.
Soiled and crumpled ap-plications are considered defective and cannot be accepted.
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