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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of assert.

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Examples

  • As the title asserts, the disc deals head-on with modern day runnings, from a starting point of dub poet Mutabaruka firing off an abbreviated litany of what stinks nowadays and marching militantly forward through songs of love, war, perseverance, herb, spirituality and Africa.

    Jammin Reggae Archives

  • As the title asserts, the disc deals head-on with modern day runnings, from a starting point of dub poet Mutabaruka firing off an abbreviated litany of what stinks nowadays and marching militantly forward through songs of love, war, perseverance, herb, spirituality and Africa.

    Jammin Reggae Archives

  • At the very least the label asserts all costs for promotion.

    MetalSucks

  • As the title asserts, the disc deals head-on with modern day runnings, from a starting point of dub poet Mutabaruka firing off an abbreviated litany of what stinks nowadays and marching militantly forward through songs of love, war, perseverance, herb, spirituality and Africa.

    Jammin Reggae Archives

  • As You Like It speaks directly to the 21st Century -- and, as the title asserts, has something to offer every taste -- with a cross-dressed heroine, love at first sight, gender games, explorations of sexual ambivalence and melancholy Jaques.

    IU News: Arts and Humanities

  • The simple God postulates exactly the step that ID itself asserts is not possible.

    A Fine-Tuned Multiverse

  • Jay Brahin asserts that such lawsuits would be great for the coin business.

    Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The PCGS Lawsuit Against Alleged Coin Doctors : Coin Collecting News

  • Palin asserts her administration ended all such arrangements, shoving a wedge in the revolving door between special interests and the state capital.

    Sarah Palin Can Thank AP for a Sale

  • Maybe the Met should devise a new survey, asking how many visitors believe that the restored version of "Philip IV" is as its wall label asserts "of exceptionally high quality."

    Lee Rosenbaum: Met's Rediscovered Velázquez: "Philip IV" Falls Flat

  • Maybe the Met should devise a new survey, asking how many visitors believe that the restored version of "Philip IV" is as its wall label asserts "of exceptionally high quality."

    Lee Rosenbaum: Met's Rediscovered Velázquez: "Philip IV" Falls Flat

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