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in an assertive manner

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Try it on its own at the end of the day or pair it with assertively flavored dishes like blackened sea scallops, a spicy green Thai curry or even -- and we know this is heresy -- steak au poivre.
Peach Eviction Services has found a way to accomplish this while assertively and quickly performing a set out for its clients.
Lord Winston, inset, - renowned for his research in the field of human fertility and the presenter of award-winning TV science documentaries - criticised assertively atheist scientists, such as Professor Richard Dawkins, whose books include The God Delusion.
I've formed my own production company, am dealing with things more assertively and generally I'm more happy with myself.
If the church hopes to attract and retain discerning young adults and young families, we need to assertively engage in abuse prevention, response and healing," says Little.
At the heart of the new corporate identity is the simplification of the name appearing as 'Qatar Chamber', complemented by multi-layered set of crescents, which forms the letter 'Q', assertively representing Qatar, in a dynamic wave, signifying the tides of growth lapping at Qatar's shores.
We saw an opportunity to develop a simple innovative online service that allows business owners to assertively manage bad debtors.
Assertively attacking his rivals, Gandhi asked the people to make the choice between the looting regimes of the regional parties or the development-friendly Congress Party.
The last session of the workshop focused on preparing young people to share their ideas impressively and assertively.
The report, Turkey's Global Strategy, analyses the country's relations with neighbouring states to show how it has become more assertively influential in the region over the past decade as its economic, political and cultural power have all grown.
Using our tried and tested know-how, we look to employ customer service principles that help our clients assertively compete for a greater market share," he added.
In the image on the left, the devil is looking at the cup and saucer, the fork turns at a slight angle, and the tail curves more assertively behind the staff.
BDF troops are at Your Majesty's orders to assume their sacred duties assertively and competently,' they said.
Macken has led the line assertively since joining Walsall in the summer and, along with loan recruit Martin Devaney, is sure to trouble League One defences.