tacitly assumed

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We should therefore solve the question by reference to what the poet says himself, or to what is tacitly assumed by a person of intelligence.
As many species as there are researchers Marcia Ponce de LeEaAn, who is also an anthropologist at the University of Zurich, points out another reason: paleoanthropologists often tacitly assumed that the fossil they had just found was representative for the species, i.
Marcia Ponce de Leon, who is also an anthropologist at the University of Zurich, points out another reason: paleoanthropologists often tacitly assumed that the fossil they had just found was representative for the species, i.
Everyone working on RFID technology has tacitly assumed that the mere act of scanning an RFID tag cannot modify back-end software and certainly not in a malicious way.
Not that baron Edmond's children appear ever to have stipulated that items from the collection should not be lent, but it was tacitly assumed that this was their wish, and it was only after consultation with present-day members of the family that this exhibition took place.
Within the field of literary studies, it has been tacitly assumed that since the object of study is a text, all necessary information will likewise be found in texts.
One can even argue that, if little of lasting value has been said about the design of the poem, it may be because many of its commentators have tacitly assumed that the work is structurally flawed; indeed, for one of them, it is held together only by "the intensity of description" and "the ocean setting" (Giamatti, 211).
Additivity is closely connected with principles of bare difference and separability which are often tacitly assumed in value theory.
It has been tacitly assumed so far that such intergalactic plasma has a negligible effect on light reaching us from distance objects.
Also, many scientists tacitly assumed the surfaces wouldn't change in the time it takes to determine an electronic structure.