tacit assent

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He longed to assure himself of a tacit assent from her.
The airspace over Afrin is controlled by Russia, which, following a warming in relations between Ankara and Moscow, seems to have given its tacit assent to the campaign.
It also held that there was indeed an "agreement" between Peugeot and the dealers: even if the incriminated measures were apparently adopted unilaterally by the manufacturer, the court ruled that there was at least tacit assent by the dealers.
Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, a paraplegic refugee from the village of Jora (now on Israel's southern coast), worked quietly to build a grassroots movement with the tacit assent of the Israeli Army, which sought to encourage an alternative to the Palestine Liberation Organization.
Unless those who worry about public health assert their convictions, they will be giving tacit assent to a serious public health hazard.