strict implication
In the modal logic of C. I. Lewis, if it is not possible that p and not-q, then p is said to strictly imply q . See also strict implication, paradox of.

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  • strict construction — A close or rigid reading and interpretation of a law. It is said that criminal statutes must be strictly construed. Rule of strict construction has no definite or precise meaning, has only relative application, is not opposite of liberal… …   Black's law dictionary

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