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ASSERTAngelman Syndrome Support Education and Research Trust (UK)
ASSERTADEPT Subsystem for Scanning of Electronic Received Traffic
ASSERTAustralian Society of Sex Educators Researchers and Therapists
ASSERTAutomated System Security Evaluation and Remediation Tracking
ASSERTAugmentation Awards for Science and Engineering Training
ASSERTA Subsystem for Scanning of Electronic Received Traffic
ASSERTAdvanced Solution of Subchannel Equations in Reactor Thermalhydraulics
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I have to assert, with the whole force of my conviction, that the one weak place in my scheme would never have been found out if the one weak place in my heart had not been discovered first.
I stand here on a supreme moral elevation, and I loftily assert her accurate performance of her conjugal duties.
Antonio Tinio and France Castro called on the Duterte administration to assert and uphold the July 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague which invalidated Beijing's claim on almost the entire WPS.
Indeed, 36% of the 2,580 participants in ASSERT (Asymptomatic Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Evaluation in Pacemaker Patients and the Atrial Fibrillation Reduction Atrial Pacing Trial) had at least one such episode lasting for more than 6 minutes at an atrial rate of greater than 190 beats/min during a mean 2.8 years of follow-up.
"My purpose in speaking to Canadians in all provinces and territories is to make the case that the best way to assert Canadian sovereignty in the region is through its residents.
The four-page legal complaint asserted that the creation of faith-based offices violated the First Amendment and that these offices spawned further violations by holding a series of events aimed at helping religious groups win tax support.
And with this declaration, Bolivia courageously decided to assert its dignity against those who have trampled on it.
In your May edition we hear the narrative of Bishop Michael Ingham, who strongly asserts episcopal authority and canon law in order to crack down on dissent within his diocese over his intention to make New Westminster the first Anglican diocese in the world formally to recognize same-sex blessings.
(8) But their risky behavior likely masks a gross neglect of their ability to assert themselves.
However, it requires a leap of faith--which, so far, only Machtan has been willing to make--to take the next step and assert that Hitler was obviously a practicing homosexual.
This book shows us art that asserts the authority, autonomy, self-assertiveness and sheer breathtaking scope of African creativity today.
To illustrate, a court is unlikely to assert jurisdiction over Web sites that merely show the benefits of products.