He has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his Assent should be obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them.
He has obstructed the Administration of Justice, by refusing his Assent to Laws for establishing Judiciary Powers.
It must result from the UNANIMOUS assent
of the several States that are parties to it, differing no otherwise from their ordinary assent
than in its being expressed, not by the legislative authority, but by that of the people themselves.
The believing is a specific feeling or sensation or complex of sensations, different from expectation or bare assent
in a way that makes the belief refer to the past; the reference to the past lies in the belief-feeling, not in the content believed.
It has happened again and again that I have expressed a decided wish, and you have seemed to assent, yet after that you have secretly disobeyed my wish.
You have spoken of my `secret meddling,' and my `interfering ignorance,' and my `false assent.' I have never expressed myself in that way to you, and I think that you ought to apologize.
'I should say not,' assents
Durdles; 'then we won't try to give it a name.'
The secretary assented
to this proposition with the best grace he could assume--it is difficult to feign a true professional relish: which is eccentric sometimes--and after asking the candidate a few unimportant questions, proceeded to enrol him a member of the Great Protestant Association of England.
Noirtier tenderly loves his granddaughter, Mademoiselle de Villefort; it is she who has nursed and tended him for six years, and has, by her devoted attention, fully secured the affection, I had almost said the gratitude, of her grandfather, and it is but just that she should reap the fruit of her devotion." The eye of Noirtier clearly showed by its expression that he was not deceived by the false assent
given by Madame de Villefort's words and manner to the motives which she supposed him to entertain.
"If that would interest you all," Madame Selarne assented
, " it commences-so!"
"Naturally," the Duke assented
. "I am glad Penelope will be there.
The Englishman, a surveyor from a London office, assented
"He thinks her very attractive, that's certain," assented
No service was too humble for him to perform in the aid of the South, no adventure to perilous for him to undertake if consistent with the character of a civilian who was at heart a soldier, and who in good faith and without too much qualification assented
to at least a part of the frankly villainous dictum that all is fair in love and war.
"'Doubtless it was another man,' I assented
; and the subject was never afterward mentioned between us.