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  • Seen by some as a strong assertion of the value of lay practice.
  • This is seen by some as a strong assertion of the value of lay practice.
  • Such assertions are opposed by the scientific community as well as other religious groups.
  • She shows how science and religion also make assertions as to what could lead to a better human condition.
  • However there has been no evidence for any of these assertions.
  • However, one should be very careful in taking these assertions at face value.
  • Such assertions are opposed by the scientific community and by other religious groups.
  • Such assertions lead some to believe her goals are more political than scholarly in nature.
  • Assertions should be implemented carefully so they cause no side effects on program code.
  • It was some time, however, before they would credit his assertions. Cited from Happy Jack, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Nor did she properly follow up on assertions made in the report during the actual hearing.
  • I had been told so; but I never accept such assertions without a personal investigation. Cited from The Millionaire Baby, by Anna Katharine Green
  • But there does not appear to be any foundation for this assertion.
  • Although no source is given for this assertion, the basis may be more than speculation.
  • The new policy contains those assertions made by both sides which do not contradict each other.
  • Neither the university nor its athletic department has ever commented on this assertion.
  • Voting therefore becomes an assertion of one's identity rather than a real choice.
  • Upon listening to the piece, it becomes apparent why he made that assertion.
  • Assertions are also sometimes placed at points the execution is not supposed to reach.
  • It also tries to counter some of the anti-communist assertions made about these countries.
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Words starting with assertion

Meaning of assertion

  • noun A declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary)