01. The decline in the number of cod found in the waters off Newfoundland has serious [implications] for the fishing industry in that province.
02. The President himself has been [implicated] in a scheme to buy votes in the upcoming election.
03. Roger [implicated] a number of his business associates during his trial for fraud.
04. The decision of the international trade commission has serious [implications] for the domestic farming industry.
05. The leader of the armed forces has been [implicated] in the attempted coup.
06. Clear evidence has now been found [implicating] the military in the disappearance of political dissidents.
07. The [implications] of the latest poll are clear for the government; it cannot win the next election unless it chooses a new leader.
08. Pavlov became famous for his studies on the conditioned reflex in dogs, and its [implications] on human learning.
09. If computer hackers are able to get into almost any system, the [implications] for national security are horrifying.
10. With more and more people in Mainland China getting access to the Internet, the [implications] for on-line marketing to the world's largest consumer group are simply incredible.
11. Stories with unhappy endings teach us more about the world as we search for the [implications] of what has occurred.
12. Prince Bernhard, husband of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, was once [implicated] in a business scandal, and had to retire from public life as a result.
13. President Richard Nixon resigned from office after he became [implicated] in an attempt to cover up the political scandal known as "Watergate."
14. The similarities that exist between living things at all levels have certain [implications].
15. Stress has been [implicated] in a wide variety of illnesses.
16. No evidence whatsoever has been found to [implicate] him in the murder.
17. She didn't deny that she was getting a divorce, but the [implication] was certainly there.
18. Matthew Fox has noted that instantaneous global communication has profound political and religious [implications].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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