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  • verb Present participle of reassert.

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Examples

  • SWA began "reasserting" itself with the business casual crowd in 2007as legacy airlines were downsizing amenitieswith a simple yet effective boarding process that eliminates the line-up-to-line-up method that penalized last-minute fliers.

    ATW Daily News

  • SWA began "reasserting" itself with the business casual crowd in 2007as legacy airlines were downsizing amenitieswith a simple yet effective boarding process that eliminates the line-up-to-line-up method that penalized last-minute fliers.

    ATW Daily News

  • I can remember when Voinovich was talking about "reasserting" himself in to party politics.

    Weapons of Mass Discussion

  • In the event of unrest, tactical shifts may be necessary, but always with an eye to reasserting control.'

    Bianca Jagger: The Fall of Mubarak

  • And in The New Reagan Revolution: How Ronald Reagan's Principles Can Restore America's Greatness, Michael, an arch-conservative radio host, recalls his father's politics and presidency and argues in favor of resurrecting his ideals and vision to recover American freedom, renewing national prosperity, and reasserting American power and influence.

    Harvey J. Kaye: Son of Reagan: More Nonsensical Right-wing Rhetoric

  • But what happened to Evan Emory is in some ways a metaphor for larger trends online -- real community reasserting its dominance in the online world.

    Evan Emory's YouTube debacle: real vs. online community

  • As The New York Times editorial board noted today, “the bonus-driven risk culture is reasserting itself now” on Wall Street, and thus there is ample reason for “fast-tracking the issue” of reforming compensation.

    Wonk Room » With CFPA Delayed, House Republicans Now Trying To Slow ‘Say On Pay’

  • In the event of unrest, tactical shifts may be necessary, but always with an eye to reasserting control.'

    Bianca Jagger: The Fall of Mubarak

  • It is possible that this generally negative mood, except in Scotland, is part of a continuing plague-on-all-your-houses sentiment of the kind that swept through politics during the expenses scandal, and that may now be reasserting itself as early optimism surrounding the coalition drains away and the media becomes bored.

    British politics: Raspberries all round

  • It is possible that this generally negative mood, except in Scotland, is part of a continuing plague-on-all-your-houses sentiment of the kind that swept through politics during the expenses scandal, and that may now be reasserting itself as early optimism surrounding the coalition drains away and the media becomes bored.

    British politics: Raspberries all round

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