Implicity


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Im`plic´i`ty


n.1.Implicitness.
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The US implicity recognises this reality, because it's only American diplomats, not official Afghan government representatives, who are negotiating with the Taliban in Qatar.
Begg, 2011, "Number Preference, Precision and Implicity Confidence," Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 1521-1526.
For sake of implicity henceforth we will denote [V.sub.D] by [V.sub.D] = {[v.sub.1], [v.sub.2], ..., [v.sub.n]} in the rest of paper.
Critique: A pivotal work of detailed, meticulous, groundbreaking scholarship, "Race on the Brain: What Implicit Bias Gets Wrong About the Struggle for Racial Justice" is an extraordinarily well written, organized and presented study that is enhanced for academia with the inclusion of a twenty-page Introduction (Rethinking Implicity Bieas--The Limits to Science as a Tool of Racial Justice', forty-eight pages of Notes and an eight page Index.
Bronte was implicity acknowledging that the origin of negative emotions (such as anger) is often unconscious.
Direct implicity depends on a probability and modeled mathematically
The topics include exceptional case marking and control in Archaic Chinese; the tripartite division of formal, informal, and elevated registers; from implicity to explicity: grammar changes induced by lexical changes; the expression of epistemic modality in Classical and Han Period Chinese; and lushi chunqiu: object words denoting processes.
First and foremost, these small-business clients want the adviser to provide implicity and efficiency."
(Implicity) Judging a book by its cover: The power of pride and shame expressions in shaping judgements of social status.
This question is implicity asking about emissions, tax and transparency.