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Synonyms for assert

assert yourself

Synonyms

  • be forceful
  • put your foot down
  • put yourself forward
  • make your presence felt
  • exert your influence

Synonyms for assert

to put into words positively and with conviction

to defend, maintain, or insist on the recognition of (one's rights, for example)

Synonyms for assert

to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true

insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized

assert to be true

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Sam Dorling continues: The generic nature of the features and benefits ASSERT provides, as well as its flexible customisation capabilities, means that it can be utilised by organisations in other industries where safety and environmental monitoring and performance reporting is required.
Even Bartlett's influential findings remain somewhat enigmatic, Roediger asserts, because no one has replicated the British investigator's original "The War of the Ghosts" results.
Researchers have not yet located the exact genes in mice that influence alcohol drinking, asserts David Goldman, a neurogeneticist at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in Rockville, Md.
Each of these documents had a far greater influence on America's laws than the Ten Commandments," asserts the brief.
Additionally, if the business maintains or engages technical support, diagnostic or other personnel to provide service for customers located in the state, or if the business maintains or engages a computer server in the state, the state might assert that these arrangements also comprise a physical presence in the state.
Heart rate and skin temperature drop markedly after successful EMDR sessions, signaling the presence of physiological calming when the treatment works, Silver asserts.
If the dating of the site is accurate, this is a fantastic discovery," asserts John J.
Unless the region has some unique features, regulators can assume that in most years it takes about 14 days of saturation during the growing season to create the oxygen-depleted soil typical of a wetland, the authors assert.
8)The AICPA Tax Division's Tax Practice and Procedures Committee has expressed concern that the IRM permits examiners to assert preparer/promoter penalties during a taxpayer audit.
The present pope," the pair assert, "is on record as believing in the Trinity and may indeed pray in the name of Jesus Christ.
The three tests the NIH panel reviewed prevent few cases of disease not prevented by other means, and they yield many false positive results -- forcing blood banks to dump hundreds of thousands of units of good blood, the panel members assert.
In view of the full dismissal and the facts that exist surrounding the motivation of the plaintiffs to file the Lawsuit, the Company is reviewing its legal options to determine if it should assert, what it believes are, legal claims it has, and possibly its directors might have, against the plaintiffs and other parties who were either instrumental in, or responsible for, what management believes was, the wrongful filing of the Lawsuit; possible gross negligence of professional responsibilities that were owed to the Company by an investment banking firm affiliated with the plaintiffs which might be deemed to have caused damages to the Company, and in the denying of insurance coverage for certain costs that have been incurred in defending the Lawsuit.
Some clinicians and policy makers argue that serious mental disorders routinely render people legally incompetent to make decisions about psychiatric treatment; conversely, patient advocates assert that these conditions usually leave unscathed the ability to reach sensible treatment decisions.
Notwithstanding the outcome of this motion, the Company is reviewing its legal options to determine if it should assert, what it believes are, legal claims against at least four parties who were either instrumental in, or responsible for, what management believes was the wrongful filing of the Lawsuit; possible gross negligence in professional responsibilities that were owed to the Company which caused damages to the Company, and in the denying of insurance coverage for certain costs that have been incurred in defending the Lawsuit.
It then goes on to assert that both oppose drilling for oil in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.