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sasse

(sæs)
n
archaic a lock on a river made to increase its navigability
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"Then what is it that sasses back from the Boulter bush?
At a National Press Club Headliners luncheon, Sasse said Trump "has basically captured the majority of the Republican Party over the course of the last two and one-half years.
The Nebraska Republican even acknowledged that he periodically considers switching his party affiliation to independent, after an Iowa woman with just 114 followers on Twitter told Sasse that she abandoned her Democratic registration this week because she dislikes both parties.
The singer began dating Sasse in late 2015 and they got engaged just a few months later.
She met Sasse, who is more than 15 years her junior, in 2015 on the set of US series Galavant, in which he starred and she was making a guest appearance.
Nebraska's ben sasse is another critic of the president, but The Vanishing American Adult is about neither personalities nor policy.
A Republican and a prairie conservative, Sasse attributes adolescent laziness, promiscuity, and lack of self-confidence to television, texting, Internet games, and worse.
As Ben Sasse writes in his book The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis--and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance, we are raising a nation of youths stuck in adolescence.
TNA's September 18, 2017 review of Senator Ben Sasse's book, The Vanishing American Adult, reviews a number of concerning American maladies.
"Washington has a debate between empty euphemisms like 'choice' and basic science--none of the usual euphemisms change the fact that a 20-week old baby can see, swallow, and flex her arms and legs," said Senator Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska).
United Press International (then United Press) photographer Arthur Sasse took the picture on March 14, 1951, while covering Einstein's 72nd birthday party given by his colleagues at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.