The results reveal an insignificant relationship, which implies
that past volatility contains little information about the future volatility.
Equality in the West implies
that the inherently superior are bound to be somewhat benevolent to the inherently inferior that make the lives of the superior possible.
Through such transitions, Lee implies
that sport and violence are closely related, and if we rarely see a basketball court in his early work, perhaps it is because the sweaty, constricted city block offers a stand-in arena for the struggling characters in their Laker blue and Celtic green.
Brinkmann's implied author implies
that this is bound to work to the detriment of "Desire" since pencilling in slots for passion in advance precludes the prospect of genuine passion which is by definition the sudden surge of unplanned emotions.
As the above example indicates, a 10% return on a net rent of $25 SF implies
a value of $250 SF, and most suburban office buildings can be constructed for under $200 SF.
that the problem associated with credit risk which increases with the loan's maturity is unlikely to be of any relevance.
that interaction between training time and individual's familiarity with the task or subject matter has an impact on his or her learning performance.
Today it is a term of cultural description, so let us forget what it means and concentrate on what it implies
, particularly what it implies
But rather than evidence of an event unique in history, the multiplication of this gesture of exposure implies
simply the ordinary price of existence.
Paying salary by the month is preferred to a salary contract for a year, because the latter implies
a guarantee of employment or membership.
that maternal behavior is more complicated than previously thought, he adds.
the future value of reinvested interest payments will decrease due to a decreased reinvestment rate, but it also implies
the bond's sales price will increase.