Because programs like TFA implicitly reveal the problem with the main core of U.S. teacher preparation.
It is, I'd say, implicitly un-American, in the sense that it celebrates a mindset we have -- outwardly, at least -- shunned.
He failed to reprimand the MKs in question, implicitly suggesting that in the Likud, support for two states is optional at best.
When Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld lampooned Del Boca Vista, they implicitly recognized that they were quoting.
"What we found was that independents who were implicitly Democratic tended to favor the plan proposed by Democrats," Nosek said.
None know their missions, or what master they may serve, except the one whose will they implicitly obey.
For months Donald Whiting had obeyed Linda implicitly and instantly.
The doctors had called her conviction "a case of mania," and he had implicitly believed them.
"You spoke a while ago as if you didn't trust him implicitly," she said.
You may believe it implicitly, said Sir Francis, who had taken a sheet of paper and was writing rapidly upon it.