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capable of being affirmed or asserted

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Our goal here is neither to quibble with the tenability of true, assertable contradictions nor, really, with the arguments for dialetheism.
The Web publisher ought not to be surprised when First Amendment protections are not assertable in Australia, Zimbabwe, or Great Britain.
The court held that to recognize a legal right of a fetus to begin life with a sound mind and body assertable against a mother would make a pregnant woman the guarantor of the mind and body of her child at birth.
This notion accommodates the observations that antecedents may be assertable and may indeed be true, but that they are not presented as a belief that the speaker holds at the moment of speech.
In its comment letter on the exposure draft of the 1998 bulletin, the AICPA had said it did not believe the proposed disclosures belonged in the basic financial statements, adding that the disclosures contained requirements that were neither assertable by the management nor verifiable by auditors.
Arguably, a court reporter's claim that he or she protects individual rights, enforces the law, and engenders legitimacy in the court system is no greater than that assertable by a public defender.
Free exercise of religion was "incorporated," "absorbed," or nationalized and, thus, made assertable against state and local governments through the Fourteenth Amendment's guarantees of "liberty" and "due process" in a series of decisions in which the Supreme Court made clear that freedom of religion is a preferred right entitled to special protection.