“It was also a bid to "reaffirm" the U.S. commitment to Iraq.”
“A White House statement said Biden would celebrate the holiday with the troops but also "reaffirm" the "long-term" U.S. commitment to Iraq and discuss recent developments.”
“The visit was also a bid to "reaffirm" the U.S. commitment to Iraq, the White House said.”
“Associated Press Blankfein said Goldman would "reaffirm" all that defines it.”
“Serbia's nationalist Prime Minister, Vojislav Kostunica, called on the U.S. to revoke its decision to recognize "the fake state of Kosovo" and allow the U.N. Security Council to "reaffirm" Kosovo as part of Serbian territory.”
“Aspin said the intent of the mission was to "reaffirm" that "ethnic cleansing is unacceptable.”
“As Col. Henley was recessing for the day, co-defendant Mr. Binalshibh interrupted to "reaffirm" his allegiance to al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.”
“Did the board kind of reaffirm your [CEO] status for the next several years?”
“How, Lind asks rhetorically, can George Will and I misunderstand or misrepresent such straightforward terms as "reaffirm," "restore," and "preserve"?”
“If the co-signed debt is not delinquent, you may be able to "reaffirm" it as part of your bankruptcy filing.”
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