also apply to Europe whose population is likewise aging.
The long-term implications
of these sequential costs of poverty are cumulatively significant.
Without raising the philosophical issues regarding the nature of epistemology and metaphysics, their differences and plausible connections, suffice it to say that epistemological issues do have metaphysical implications
and vice versa.
Should a child be moved onto Stage Two of the register (as a result of unsatisfactory progress), one further implication
for the classroom teacher is the introduction of Individual Education Plans (IEP's).
Maybe the reason Breton's boys' club has inspired a surprising number of women artists is that they've noticed implications
in Surrealist imagery that signify differently through female eyes.
for business: The Internet cannot be ignored any longer.
Thus, a third implication
of the Mexican peso crisis is that institutions need to pay more attention to their risk-management systems in the broadest sense of that term.
A third implication
of structural change is that a new branch of strategic planning--change management--has emerged to help CEOs transform themselves, their jobs and their companies.
Technology and Environmental Health: Implication
of Nanotechnology Public Discussion
Short of legislation of this kind, however, the most important implication
of the Freddie shakeup has been to resurrect the question of whether the GSEs pose systemic risk.
Given the scarcity of data about nanoecotoxicology, very little information now exists on environmental implications
The initial global implications
of these changes were fairly straightforward.