When one is going to be married, there is nothing like implicit confidence; but never mind that, my boy,—go and announce your arrival, and let her know all your hopes and prospects.
"I believe you, my lord, as implicitly as if God had spoken to me," said the young girl, presenting her forehead to him.
On perceiving Monte Cristo, she arose and welcomed him with a smile peculiar to herself, expressive at once of the most implicit obedience and also of the deepest love.
Monte Cristo turned to Haidee, and with an expression of countenance which commanded her to pay the most implicit attention to his words, he said in Greek,—"Tell us the fate of your father; but neither the name of the traitor nor the treason."
"You were saying, signora," said Albert, who was paying the most implicit attention to the recital, "that the garrison of Yanina, fatigued with long service"— "Had treated with the Serasker [*] Koorshid, who had been sent by the sultan to gain possession of the person of my father; it was then that Ali Tepelini—after having sent to the sultan a French officer in whom he reposed great confidence—resolved to retire to the asylum which he had long before prepared for himself, and which he…
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Many regulations function as implicit taxes, with far-reaching effects on consumer prices, employment, and innovation.
Marlo Lewis, Jr. -- Reviving Regulatory Reform: Options for the President and Congress -- http://www.cei.org/utils/printer.cfm?AID=4446(retrieved 06/28/06)