reassertion


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reassertion

(ˌriːəˈsɜːʃən)
n
the process or act of reasserting something
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Noun1.reassertion - renewed affirmation
affirmation, avouchment, avowal - a statement asserting the existence or the truth of something
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reassertion

[ˌriːəˈsɜːʃən] Nreafirmación f
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The reaction which was bound to accompany the triumph of Pseudo-classicism, as a reassertion of those instincts in human nature which Pseudo-classicism disregarded, took the form of a distinct Romantic Revival.
There is a strong reassertion of the value of emotion, imagination, and enthusiasm.
He blinked up for forgiveness and in reassertion of innocence.
As a result, she provides an emphatic reassertion of certain prose points in graphic form.
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The meeting comes as Egypt is increasingly involved in efforts to stabilize the situation in Gaza and bring about a Fatah-Hamas reconciliation that would lead to a reassertion of the Palestinian Authority in the Gaza Strip.
The first commercial flight of the world's first dual-class turboprop airplane took off Tuesday (August 1, 2017) from Mactan International Airport bound for Caticlan and Clark, marking Philippine Airlines' serious reassertion of its domestic market dominance.
I want to tell you," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said to President Donald Trump during a joint press conference Monday, "how much we appreciate the reassertion of American leadership in the Middle East.
Using an overview of the past five years in Arab entertainment television, the article analyses "transformative practices that illustrate key fractures in global media codistribution, format television, and media investments, as well as signs of the reassertion of national broadcasters and the impact of the YouTube phenomenon".
The popular revolt that appears to be underway is taking diverse, overlapping forms: reassertion of local and national identities, demand for greater democratic control and accountability, rejection of centrist political parties and distrust of elites and experts.