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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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John Camm said that ASSERT has important clinical ramifications, including the need to consider oral anticoagulation therapy to prevent strokes in pacemaker patients with no history of AF if their device records an AHRE lasting for more than 6 minutes in excess of 190 beats/min.
To support the allegation, the plaintiff asserted that the officer "created a situation in which the use of deadly force became necessary"(13) by locking his service revolver and radio in the trunk of his police car before approaching the juvenile, by failing to carry handcuffs or other disabling devices, and by failing to disengage when other juveniles joined the fray.
The minority leader said the new Senate leadership should be able to assert the Senate's role as 'a foreign policy partner of the President.'
Jon Carter, Systems Manager at DE&S QS&EP: The roll-out of ASSERT across DE&S presents a great opportunity in terms of delivering Safety and Environmental performance reporting efficiencies to the organisation.
Should a voluntary statement be obtained in violation of the Miranda ruling, through inadvertence or otherwise, this article sets forth legal authority that law enforcement may assert in salvaging at least some use for the resulting voluntary statement.
Specifically, the reasonable cause exception was enacted as part of the 1989 Act because of Congress's concern that the prior penalties (especially the substantial understatement penalty) were being unevenly and unfairly asserted by the IRS.
We should be the ones dictating when to assert it.)
Instead, she asserts that landlords used the reports of rebellions as political weapons to assert their control over nativist organizations that attempted to wrest control from the landlords.
Along with community policing comes a new role for police leaders, which they must learn to assert. With few exceptions, today's police leaders are better educated and better trained in policing and social problems than their predecessors.
After 14 years on Death Row, Smith, who continued to assert his innocence, was released from prison because, without his statements, there was insufficient evidence to retry him for first-degree murder.
Yet activists assert otherwise and have their word reported as gospel.
Thus, the statute of limitations on assessment of transferee liability [IRC section 6901(c)] having run, the opportunity to assert deficiencies against the transferees was apparently lost.
Popular culture, they assert, revealed anxieties and uncertainties about domestic ideology and gender roles - uncertainties often overlooked by historians.
In the latest reports, astronomers using newer, higher-quality data say they have failed to replicate the controversial finding, while theorists assert that they have identified fatal flaws in the statistical analysis performed by the original study's coauthors, Borge Nodland of the University of Rochester (N.Y.) and John P.
Such motions assert that the dispute does not involve any triable issues of fact, such that the court can determine the legal dispute on the legal papers, without the necessity of a trial.