Mordor Although there is no implicit link
to the Black Country, many believe it could have inspired Mordor which was an area of mass industrialisation like the region would have been at the time.
Although there is no implicit link
to the Black Country, many believe it could have inspired Mordor - an area of mass industrialisation like the region would have been at the time.
I can guess the implicit link
but I wish the author had elaborated it more.
But secularism would sever the implicit link
between the state, vigilantes and organised political groups, all of who assume a divine mission.
On the one hand, Bozzetto's discussion of the Robinsonade and its implicit link
to apocalyptic and Last Man narratives, along with his use of Elisabeth Vonarburg's work to discuss the posthuman, are interesting interventions.
Such credit was based on trust, creating an implicit link
between the borrower and the lender.
The first chapter gives background on European monetary cooperation 1945-1974; later chapters detail various phases and approaches from 1974 through 1979, examining intertwining technical, political, and economic developments and noting the implicit link
between the Cold War and European monetary cooperation.
The opening scene does establish an implicit link
between the protagonist and death, as portly, mustachioed Bernie (Black) methodically grooms a corpse for an open-casket memorial service.
I think the implicit link
made by all governments is that from the moment when the conditions required by the control mechanism are not fully met, a number of things are not feasible, including Bulgaria and Romania controlling the EU's external borders.
This article by Meredith Wray, Jennifer Laing and Cornelia Voight 'traces the development of wellness tourism product and experiences in the destination and explores the implicit link
to wellness and spiritual values that underpin the local community'.
Similarly, the statement made referring to trafficking that implied that there is an implicit link
between sex work and human trafficking is misleading for the general public.
In all cases, rhetoric that draws an implicit link
between the words "illegal," "criminal," and "immigrant" or "Muslim" should be seen as nurturing fear and xenophobic reactions.