So he didn't want the religious implications of his discovery lost in an onslaught of commercialism?
The implications came too fast for her to fully comprehend.
You know antimatter technology has enormous implications for life on this planet.
Beyond feeling like a criminal, he was still dazed over the document's spellbinding implications.
The implications came almost too fast for Langdon to process.
You clone living creatures, but it is the church reminding us to consider the moral implications of our actions.
Maybe Kohler found out about the antimatter project weeks ago and didn't like the religious implications.
You yourself said your father was concerned about the moral implications of creating such a deadly substance.
In a private meeting, he told you and the Pope that he had made a scientific discovery with profound religious implications.
The Vatican called CERN from time to time as a "courtesy" before issuing scathing statements condemning CERN's research-most recently for CERN's breakthroughs in nanotechnology, a field the church denounced because of its implications for genetic engineering.
Your world moves so fast that if you stop even for an instant to consider the implications of your actions, someone more efficient will whip past you in a blur.
"The field of particle physics," Kohler said, "has made some shocking discoveries lately-discoveries quite spiritual in implication.
"If this claim is true," Rocher repeated, "and our Holy Father was poisoned, then that has profound implications for our antimatter search.
There are no more uses of "implication" in the book.
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I object to her implication that my work was sub-standard.