She asserted the charge to be incorrect.
Her friends asserted that she was innocent.
He asserted his ideas loudly and clearly.
The report asserts confidently that the industry will grow.
He asserted his dominance over the other party members.
Egypt managed to assert its role as a regional moderator.
To assert this is to denigrate the effectiveness of the police.
I choose rather to hesitate my opinion than to assert it roundly.
You can assert your heirship and possess, and use this rich inheritance.
Our company will continue to assert its precedence as the world's leading manufacturer of pharmaceuticals.
She persistently asserted her opinions.
It was asserted that the ore is mainly composed of minerals of kurnakovite, inderite and pinnoite.
I had to assert myself in the meeting in order to ensure acquisition of the new book.
Algorithmism asserts that phenomena and process of biosis are computable, and this assertion has gone on with Reductionism.
Take Sweden as an example, this country asserts Rhizoma Curcumae Longae, hot pepper, Stigma Croci and sandalwood are not the pigment, but fragrant hard material.
In his essay "The Poet as Translator", Kenneth Rexroth asserts that the translation of poetry into poetry is an act of sympathy and the prime criterion of successful translation is assimilability.
We may as well assert that because a child has thriven upon milk, that it is never to have meat, or that the first twenty years of our lives is to become a precedent for the next twenty.
States assert themselves by building bases and planting flagpoles.
The witness asserted that the salesman was dishonest.
Now, the President may assert executive privilege.
And now suddenly Britain was asserting its control.
I assert the fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination.
Then the iron law of infrastructure projects asserted itself.
But if he's too quick to assert himself
For Trump, who has asserted that trade wars are " easy to win, "
And, today, the president asserted the insurance subsidies have not benefited recipients.
He moves in cautiously, using his height advantage to assert his dominance.
Copernicus asserted before the church that there was nothing wrong with his theory.
Many Clinton supporters asserted that they were happy to support a “nasty woman.”
You must assert that in such words as will carry conviction with them.
Her doctor once asserted that she wouldn't make it through 12 years old.
Trump mentioned the incident on Twitter, and asserted “African-Americans will VOTE TRUMP! .”
So they all asserted he had not jumped at all; and that was dishonorable.
In moving to oust Mr Zeidan, the GNC asserted itself as Libya's prime authority.
He does not dare (by continuing his operations) to assert and complete his mastery.
Natanyahu asserted that militants hided among civilians and Hamas is responsible for their injuries.
Presidents do assert executive privilege, but the Supreme Court has indicated that it's fairly narrow.