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  • He asked if he could assert himself more with the songs and production.
  • They asserted they had no idea whose image they were using in their ad.
  • There is not enough evidence to assert what conditions gave rise to the first cities.
  • In an attempt to assert her rights, she made plans to return to Britain.
  • They began to assert their power a few years later.
  • Religion in India continues to assert its political authority in matters of personal law.
  • The president asserted that free trade would gradually open China to democratic reform.
  • Man must assert and create his own value in life.
  • He asserts that the best way to build machine intelligence is to first understand human intelligence.
  • First, he asserts that such objects can exist simply because God is able to make them.
  • Some companies try to assert copyright of trade dress over their look and feel.
  • The war effort also enabled Canada to assert itself as an independent power.
  • "What else could it mean to assert that there is no such thing as nature?".
  • At times the President has asserted the power to remove individuals from office.
  • Some did assert themselves over their father's attempts to control them however not really to any other adult.
  • When she appears in a spread, she may represent life itself asserting itself through our attempts to master it.
  • The only course now open to the National Assembly was to assert its authority by force.
  • He is quite clear in asserting that experience, action, is the key to producing change.
  • He cannot bring himself to face her and assert his leadership in their marriage, allowing her to step all over him.
  • Economic growth, he asserted, is not simply a matter of speed.
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Meaning of assert

  • verb State categorically
  • verb Insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized
    Women should assert themselves more!