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implicit

Maths (of a function) having an equation of the form f(x,y) = 0, in which y cannot be directly expressed in terms of x, as in xy + x2 + y3x 2 = 0
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Indeed, the Winsor School (founded in 1885) was, as I experienced it in the 1960s and early 1970s, site of both extreme privilege and yet claustrophobic class disciplinarity, especially for those of us who were implicity or explicity part of an uplift project.
Race Implicity Association Test as a Stereotype Threat Experience, 30
When asked if the SNP, through its silence, has implicity endorsed last night's attack, Galloway said simply "yes".
159 "the phrase depictas minio may thus stand in contrast to, and implicity undercut, the exaggerated portrait of C.
The goal of this symposium was to explore methods of explicity or implicity using aspects of common ground to interact with intelligent agents.
Such a reading implicity confirms Toni Morrison's identification of a suppressed "Africanist" presence in the work of white writers.
Rick Perry's campaign is broadcasting a new ad in Iowa starting today that implicity denigrates Barack Obama for being "slick" and using a TelePrompter and explicity promises action instead of talk.
Raided Trusted implicity, he was known as "Flash" by the activists because he always seemed to have more money than anyone else.
18) It is a famous passage, partly because Mallarme here makes it clear that the music of poetry has no mimetic relation to music as such (and, implicity, to the music of Wagner (19)).
To promote such a transformation which implicity challenges cultural norms and values that have promoted consumerism at all cost, a number of underlying conceptions will need to be examined and revised.