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  • noun Plural form of asseveration.

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Examples

  • 'asseverations' or 'declarations of Affidavits {28 USC 1746 (1)}.

    Teknosis

  • 'asseverations' or 'declarations of Affidavits {28 USC 1746 (1)}.

    Teknosis

  • The carpenter mumbled embarrassed asseverations in broken English of past, present, and future innocence, the while he humbly scraped and shuffled before her on his huge feet.

    CHAPTER IX

  • At any rate, being a lifer, and the penalty in California for battery by a lifer being death, I was so found guilty by a jury which could not ignore the asseverations of the guard Thurston and the rest of the prison hangdogs that testified, and I was so sentenced by a judge who could not ignore the law as spread plainly on the statute book.

    Chapter 22

  • The Pentagon's asseverations about the lucre contained in miserable Afghanistan testify to its tireless ingenuity in selling the war.

    Jacob Heilbrunn: Obama's Fool's Gold In Afghanistan

  • The Pentagon's asseverations about the lucre contained in miserable Afghanistan testify ...

    Jacob Heilbrunn: Obama's Fool's Gold In Afghanistan

  • The Pentagon's asseverations about the lucre contained in miserable Afghanistan testify to its tireless ingenuity in selling the war.

    Jacob Heilbrunn: Obama's Fool's Gold in Afghanistan

  • I have received from Bruno Chatelin (filmfestivals. com) your e-mail with negative asseverations about the Annual Program Without Frontiers and its associated festivals.

    Mad Dog Movies « Scam Film Fest: Annual Program Without Frontiers

  • These revisionist asseverations remind me of a rather parochial Manhattanite I encountered many years ago, who loftily informed me that "Christians believe in three Gods."

    Mendelssohn Really Was a Lutheran

  • It was in vain that Hamish endeavoured to stem this tide of passion, by assuring his mother, with the most solemn asseverations, that he forgave entirely the fatal deceit which she had practised upon him.

    Chronicles of the Canongate

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