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Implying | Define Implying at Dictionary.com
Implying definition, to indicate or suggest without being explicitly stated: His words implied a lack of faith. See more.
>Implying (Implying Implications) | Know Your Meme
>Implying (sometimes referred to as Implying Implications) is a type of greentext slang usually found throughout image boards such as 4chan or various other forums.
Imply | Define Imply at Dictionary.com
Imply definition, to indicate or suggest without being explicitly stated: His words implied a lack of faith. See more.
Imply | Definition of Imply by Merriam-Webster
Sir Thomas More is the first writer known to have used both infer and imply in their approved senses in 1528 (with infer meaning "to deduce from facts" and imply meaning "to hint at").
During Roundtable, Trump Calls Some Unauthorized ...
During the discussion on California's "sanctuary law," the president said of immigrants suspected of gang membership, "These aren't people. These are animals."
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Charts Implying Economic Weakness - May 2018
U.S. economic indicators are depicting a broad range of readings. Many economic measures are depicting or implying weak growth or outright contraction. Numerous
Politico, Twitter Liberals Spread Video Falsely Implying ...
Reporters and liberal activists spread a misleading clip of an Alabama Republican this week, falsely claiming he made a racist joke about a colleague.
Crocoduck - Wikipedia
The crocoduck is a fictitious hybrid animal with the head of a crocodile and the body of a duck proposed by Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron.It became recurrent in debates on the topic of evolution between creationists and proponents of science, being used as a symbol directed at those who do not understand the basic principles of evolution.
CNN's Rick Sanchez Fired After Implying Jews Run the Media ...
Bad Strategy: If you're a CNN anchor, tangling with Jon Stewart. Just ask Tucker Carlson. Worse Strategy: Stridently criticizing the people who sign your paycheck.