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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reassert.

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Examples

  • THE GOOD NEWS: Wisconsin reasserted its remarkable Kohl Center home-court advantage.

    Wisconsin - Team Notes

  • THE GOOD NEWS: Wisconsin reasserted its remarkable Kohl Center home-court advantage.

    Big Ten Conference

  • The word has reasserted the romantic, courageous quality that the poet Keats, in “Endymion,” gave it: “Adventuresome, I send/My herald thought into a wilderness.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • The word has reasserted the romantic, courageous quality that the poet Keats, in “Endymion,” gave it: “Adventuresome, I send/My herald thought into a wilderness.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • The word has reasserted the romantic, courageous quality that the poet Keats, in “Endymion,” gave it: “Adventuresome, I send/My herald thought into a wilderness.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • The word has reasserted the romantic, courageous quality that the poet Keats, in “Endymion,” gave it: “Adventuresome, I send/My herald thought into a wilderness.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • And I did actually think last night he kind of reasserted that slightly sterner, but more kind of firm Obama that we like.

    CNN Transcript Feb 10, 2009

  • But in the years since, the Taliban has reasserted itself and al-Qaeda has managed to operate from havens in neighboring Pakistan.al-Qaeda affiliates have emerged in Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and elsewhere.

    Panetta: U.S. within reach of defeating al-Qaeda

  • In this month the sovereignty of the spirit over the body and the mind is reasserted to restore the divine order of things.

    Muqtedar Khan: Ramadan: A Month Of Longing

  • In this month the sovereignty of the spirit over the body and the mind is reasserted to restore the divine order of things.

    Muqtedar Khan: Ramadan: A Month Of Longing

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