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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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The process involves marketers either communicating explicitly the differences between a brand and competitors (e.g., making direct comparisons to competing brands) or highlighting implicity the differences between them without making statements or judgments about a competitive point of reference (Keller, 1993).
Still, it is hard to ignore the central fact of acceptance of lavish transfers of value to an official from a donor with a potential interest in state assistance and the implicity agreement in the acceptance.
has implicity been adopted in virtually all, nontaxonomic, publications on Cannabis ...
We have implicity assumed the block is essentially transparent and the radiation flies unobstructed into infinite space.
Lemma 4: Assume that u is three times differentiable with u'(x) > 0, and define [psi](c; M) implicity via u'(c)/u'([psi](c'M)) = M [greater than or equal to] 1.
But by agreeing to HS3, a route Manchester - Leeds, the Government has implicity agreed that the route to Scotland (independent or not) should go along the east coast.
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.
If [beta] > 1, there is [h.sup.*], implicity defined by (116), such that, for 0 [less than or equal to] h [less than or equal to] [h.sup.*], (115) has three equilibria, [m.sup.-.sub.[beta]], [m.sup.0.sub.[beta]], and [m.sup.+.sub.[beta]], each of which is identically equal to one of the roots of the equations:
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".
Latest empirical studies have demonstrated that the degree of risk and implicity the cost of capital, increase with increasing the company size, which explains the need to take into consideration this variable to estimate profitability on equity.