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Implied Quotes By J. William Fulbright: The citizen who criticizes his country is paying The citizen who criticizes his country is paying it an implied tribute. J. William Fulbright
Implied Quotes By Fred Hollows: The neglect this implied, the suffering and wasted The neglect this implied, the suffering and wasted quality of human life were appalling. Fred Hollows
Implied Quotes By Nancy Kress: The worldview implied by literary fiction is complex The worldview implied by literary fiction is complex and ambiguous, trying to be faithful to the complexity and ambiguity of life. — Nancy Kress
Implied Quotes By Abby Slovin: She approached the car with a confident stride She approached the car with a confident stride that implied she had lived on the block her whole life. — Abby Slovin
Implied Quotes By Hugo Black: Citizenship is no light trifle to be jeopardized Citizenship is no light trifle to be jeopardized any moment Congress decides to do so under the name of one of its general or implied grants of power. — Hugo Black
Implied Quotes By Heinz R. Pagels: Without the possibility of error and real indeterminacy Without the possibility of error and real indeterminacy implied by the quantum theory, human liberty is meaningless. — Heinz R. Pagels
Implied Quotes By Keith Carter: I'm fond of implied narratives, oblique angles, and I'm fond of implied narratives, oblique angles, and leaving a little room for the viewer to finish a picture. — Keith Carter
Implied Quotes By John Scalzi: Did she tell you I set puppies on Did she tell you I set puppies on fire, too?" Vann asked. "She did not," I said. "It may have been implied. — John Scalzi
Implied Quotes By Robert Louis Stevenson: His affections, like ivy, were the growth of His affections, like ivy, were the growth of time, they implied no aptness in the object. — Robert Louis Stevenson
Implied Quotes By Emma Wildes: The implied trust was humbling. He didn't deserve The implied trust was humbling. He didn't deserve it, but then again, he wouldn't betray it either. — Emma Wildes
Implied Quotes By William Gibson: It was the root of street cool, too, It was the root of street cool, too, the knowing posture that implied connection, invisible lines up to the hidden levels of influence. — William Gibson
Implied Quotes By Alain De Botton: The continuing belief that the world is fundamentally The continuing belief that the world is fundamentally just is implied in the very complaint that there has been an injustice. — Alain De Botton
Implied Quotes By Barry Gray: She knew what the laugh implied, and it She knew what the laugh implied, and it angered her. Mrs. Wells don't you be getting any ideas about my husband. — Barry Gray
Implied Quotes By Katie MacAlister: He made a tck noise in the back He made a tck noise in the back of his throat. It expressed all sorts of annoyance and impatience, with just a smidgen of an implied eye roll. — Katie MacAlister
Implied Quotes By Emma Straub: Leaving. That was the word she liked to Leaving. That was the word she liked to use. Not going away, which implied a return, but leaving, which implied a jet plane. — Emma Straub
Implied Quotes By Piers Anthony: If the fiercest conglomerate monsters had souls, with If the fiercest conglomerate monsters had souls, with all that implied, who could condemn them as evil? — Piers Anthony
Implied Quotes By Jennifer Weiner: She hated the implied familiarity when customers requested She hated the implied familiarity when customers requested things from her by name ... — Jennifer Weiner
Implied Quotes By Jenny Lawson: Is "defeatedly" a word? As in, "She sighed Is "defeatedly" a word? As in, "She sighed defeatedly as spell-check implied that 'defeatedly' isn't a real word. — Jenny Lawson
Implied Quotes By Alexandre Dumas: throwing himself into a chair in a manner throwing himself into a chair in a manner which implied that he would rather have flung it at the head of his host. — Alexandre Dumas
Implied Quotes By P.D. James: Dalgliesh was too experienced to assume that fear Dalgliesh was too experienced to assume that fear implied guilt; it was often the most innocent who were the most terrified. — P.D. James
Implied Quotes By David Hume: What praise is implied in the simple epithet What praise is implied in the simple epithet useful! What reproach in the contrary. — David Hume
Implied Quotes By Bangambiki Habyarimana: Sincerity is not part of the political vocabulary. Sincerity is not part of the political vocabulary. If it is used or implied bells should ring — Bangambiki Habyarimana
Implied Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: When the wheel was accepted as part of When the wheel was accepted as part of the national flag, it was surely implied that the spinning wheel would hum in every household. — Mahatma Gandhi
Implied Quotes By Christopher Hitchens: I have nowhere claimed nor even implied that I have nowhere claimed nor even implied that unbelief is a guarantee of good conduct or even an indicator of it. — Christopher Hitchens
Implied Quotes By Patrick Rothfuss: The majority of important things cannot be said The majority of important things cannot be said outright, they cannot be made explicit. They can only be implied. — Patrick Rothfuss
Implied Quotes By Amos Bronson Alcott: Where women are, the better things are implied Where women are, the better things are implied if not spoken. — Amos Bronson Alcott
Implied Quotes By Ian McEwan: To take up the violin or any instrument To take up the violin or any instrument was an act of hope, it implied a future. — Ian McEwan
Implied Quotes By Kurt Vonnegut: The fat woman's expression implied that she would The fat woman's expression implied that she would go crazy on the spot if anybody did any more thinking. — Kurt Vonnegut
Implied Quotes By Tracy Weber: For the record, telling your boyfriend that your For the record, telling your boyfriend that your not-as-dead-as-you-might-have-implied mother has been arrested for murder doesn't go over well — Tracy Weber
Implied Quotes By T. J. MacGregor: Perhaps the spirit of the Everglades was most Perhaps the spirit of the Everglades was most evident in the unseen, the hidden, the implied. — T. J. MacGregor
Implied Quotes By Neil Postman: As Thoreau implied, telegraphy made relevance irrelevant. As Thoreau implied, telegraphy made relevance irrelevant. — Neil Postman
Implied Quotes By Jack Woodford: Few human beings are proof against the implied Few human beings are proof against the implied flattery of rapt attention. — Jack Woodford
Implied Quotes By Stephen King: He fled the light and the knowledge the He fled the light and the knowledge the light implied, and so came back to himself. Even so do the rest of us; even so the best of us. — Stephen King
Implied Quotes By Patrick Troughton: I believed totally in the possibilities implied in I believed totally in the possibilities implied in the series. I never thought of it as fantasy. Far from it. — Patrick Troughton
Implied Quotes By Thomm Quackenbush: Despite what novels implied, vampirism did not make Despite what novels implied, vampirism did not make stalking sexy. — Thomm Quackenbush
Implied Quotes By Robert Charles Wilson: The view was in an unearthly way beautiful, The view was in an unearthly way beautiful, but it was also unendurable. It implied too much — Robert Charles Wilson
Implied Quotes By Julian Barnes: Margaret used to say that there were two Margaret used to say that there were two kinds of women: those with clear edges to them, and those who implied mystery. — Julian Barnes
Implied Quotes By T.C. Boyle: It was just past dawn, in the perfidious It was just past dawn, in the perfidious part of the day that implied anything was possible when, really, nothing was very likely. — T.C. Boyle
Implied Quotes By Andrzej Wajda: Television theatre, as is implied in its name, Television theatre, as is implied in its name, should rely on adaptations of scripts written for the theatre. — Andrzej Wajda
Implied Quotes By Miranda July: We were always getting away with something, which We were always getting away with something, which implied that someone was always watching us, which mean were are not alone in this world. — Miranda July
Implied Quotes By John Ruskin: Repose demands for its expression the implied capability Repose demands for its expression the implied capability of its opposite,
energy. — John Ruskin
Implied Quotes By Frantz Fanon: A man who has a language consequently possesses A man who has a language consequently possesses the world expressed and implied by that language. — Frantz Fanon
Implied Quotes By David Viscott: Lists have always implied social order. Lists have always implied social order. — David Viscott
Implied Quotes By Maxfield Parrish: There is an implied warranty that a commissioned There is an implied warranty that a commissioned work should last a lifetime. There is to be no charge. — Maxfield Parrish
Implied Quotes By Tom Robbins: Nothing is implied here. Except the possibility that Nothing is implied here. Except the possibility that everything is connected. — Tom Robbins
Implied Quotes By Mal Peet: Philip Murdstone sat considering the phrase 'depths of Philip Murdstone sat considering the phrase 'depths of despair'. Its plural implied that there were, even now, levels of it he had yet to experience. — Mal Peet
Implied Quotes By Mikko Hypponen: Privacy is implied. Privacy is not up for Privacy is implied. Privacy is not up for discussion. — Mikko Hypponen
Implied Quotes By Rudyard Kipling: Here the voice told him truthfully what sort Here the voice told him truthfully what sort of wife he had wedded, and what she was doing in his absence. — Rudyard Kipling
Implied Quotes By Meredith Wild: Marriage, to me, implied stability, something sure and Marriage, to me, implied stability, something sure and reliable. Happily ever after and all good things. — Meredith Wild
Implied Quotes By Bernard Berenson: From childhood on I have had the dream From childhood on I have had the dream of life lived as a sacrament ... the dream implied taking life ritually as something holy. — Bernard Berenson
Implied Quotes By Elias Lyman Magoon: Lying is sometimes acted, insinuated, or implied, in Lying is sometimes acted, insinuated, or implied, in a manner as injurious and shameful as when the falsehood is spoken outright. — Elias Lyman Magoon
Implied Quotes By Lucia Berlin: Her smile, though, no, it was her laugh, Her smile, though, no, it was her laugh, a dusky, deep cascading laughter that caught the joy, implied and mocked the sorrow in every joy. — Lucia Berlin