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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He blinked up for forgiveness and in reassertion of innocence.
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There is a strong reassertion of the value of emotion, imagination, and enthusiasm.
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Summary: When the financial details are stripped away, the Greek bailout deal reached early Monday is really a reassertion of the core idea of postwar Europe -- which is that France and Germany will stick together.
Although Europe and North America have struggled in recent years due to budget cuts and investment limitations, the next ten years will undoubtedly witness their reassertion as prime markets, while elsewhere in Asia and the Middle East, numerous off-the-shelf purchases of advanced technologies will provide manufacturers and integrators with numerous opportunities.
At the time, it was seen as a dramatic reassertion of Mr Blair's authority after a period marked by open speculation about whether he would even see out his second term, let alone fight for a third.
Addressing the thirty-sixth meeting of the Permanent Bureau of the Union of Arab Jurists in Amman, Ensour said that Jordan's hosting of the conference for the seventh time was a reassertion of the Kingdom's role in promoting the joint Arab legal framework "in the service of pan-Arab issues and the Arab people's aspirations for a better future.
The goal is not only an accepted sphere of influence but also a revision of the European security system, the end to NATO expansionism and the reassertion of Russia as a great global power.