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1. The oak is implicit in the acorn.
2. Her words contained an implicit threat.
3. This is seen as an implicit warning not to continue with military action.
4. He interpreted her comments as an implicit criticism of the government.
5. Implicit in his speech was the assumption that they were guilty.
6. Confidentiality is implicit in your relationship with a counselor.
7. They had implicit faith in his powers.
8. I have implicit faith in your abilities.
9. All her life she had implicit faith in socialism.
10. She had the implicit trust of her staff.
11. A soldier must give implicit obedience to his officers.
12. Her silence gave implicit consent.
13. She has implicit trust in her secretary.
14. Implicit in the poem's closing lines are the poet's own religious doubts.
15. The ability to listen is implicit in the teacher's role.
16. He had implicit faith in the noble intentions of the Emperor.
17. His statement is being seen as implicit criticism of the work of research laboratories.
18. The teaching method will be implicit.
19. The implicit nihilism and aggression are global.
20. These were all implicit attacks upon higher ecclesiastical authority.
21. The annual percentage rise in the implicit gross domestic product deflator.
22. The bubble policy was the first implicit market-based approach to be used in reducing emissions in the United States.
23. Levy's statement could be understood as an implicit admission of guilt.
24. The bottom layer of the model represents the implicit information in the enterprise.
25. Since all countries will face the same implicit prices, differences in relative production can be predicted from factor endowments.
26. The implicit assumption as to why this should be so is that questions of law are for the ordinary courts.
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27. That is necessarily implicit in the legislative scheme, and section 58 must be so read and understood.
28. I shall argue that this conception is not only philosophically problematic, but also has an implicit politics which is potentially damaging.
29. There is a change in the sense that argumentative qualifications may be discovered, as implicit qualifications are made explicit.
30. Yet they can be shown to be in some sense the implicit guardians of morality.
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