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In which of thefollowing sentences is therefusal iplied rather than directlystated?
(a) "We are not hiring anyone at the moment, but thank you for your interest.
(b) "You cannot work in the production area because you are under 18 years old."
(c) Employees who work in the production area must be at least 18 years old."
(d) "Your credit application has been rejected because you are not 18 years old."

I chose the answer D. Would this be right?

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    I disagree.

    I think the right answer is the only one without a negative word.

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