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  • s  tending to suggest or imply
    an implicative statement

  • In the Nebraska case, he ruled, "this prohibition regarding 'implicative' information is too vague and too broad.

  • Miriam Defensor-Santiago in
    If he has been accurately and correctly quoted by Secretary Mendoza, the language alone is already implicative of criminal liability because he was trying to influence the procurement of a government contract involving public funds,Santiago...

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