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It explained that the primary connotation of the registered mark Nutty Brewnette is an allusion to flavor; the board said the name connoted a nutty-flavored beer.
LEXICAL CONNOTATIONS are semantic components that, without being part of the definition of [the headword] L, are ascribed to L by the language in question.
Woman D', a student in her twenties, said the paper's description of the March 28 session was "absurd" adding: "I am particularly appalled at the accusations that our scenarios had any Nazi connotation or overtones.
In much of the rest of the world, suspicion of privates runs deep and there is little disposition to couple the negative connotations of private with the positive connotations of access.
The term "people of color" when I was growing up in Puerto Rico (in Spanish) had the connotation of a euphemism (and condescension) instead of the liberatory connotations that Rinku argues the term has here in the U.
Photos with sinister connotations (such as a man hovering menacingly over a woman) will be projected, prompting dancers to put their own "spin" on them.
In the Visitation (Luke 1:39-45), Elizabeth's greeting contains further connotations of royalty specifically referring to Mary: "And why is this granted me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?
An appendix of symbolic and folklore connotations attached to different species of birds, as well as notes and a quick reference guide to the type of inspirational message is commonly connected to different bird sightings, round out this deeply reverent and respectful guide.
The specifically English connotations of the title detract from the fact that AONBs exist not only in England, but also in Wales and Northern Ireland.
They are committed to the buck, regardless of any of the connotations surrounding the mega-conglomerate victory shoe company.
A fascinating read, Saraceno reveals the origins of Billy's mob nickname, Saraceno, bestowed upon him by the mafia don, John Altobene, and which may be taken as a compliment while retaining unique connotations.
Our initial view was that the use of the term "translational" to describe this area of biomedical research is misleading, as the word carries many connotations, and is essentially inaccurate.