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reassertion

ree uh sur shuhn

  • n  renewed affirmation

  • Not surprisingly, the hotel's new management decided to put a reassertion of 1930s style at the forefront of a lavish renovation project completed earlier this year.
  • The government hard-line was seen by business executives and analysts as a political power struggle, not a reassertion of the Kremlin's invisible hand in guiding the economy.
  • Lacking broad popular support, the young officers ever since have faced twin dangers: revenge by Mujib's outraged supporters or a reassertion of authority by the older generals .
News & Articles

  • Mexico: The Politics of a State Meltdown
    Frontera NorteSur As a massive federal police and military deployment gains momentum in the Mexican state of Michoacan, polemics and debate shroud the first major such operation undertaken by the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto. At stake in the campaign is not only the reassertion of state power, but also the strategic control of [...]
    Jan. 24, 2014 - La Prensa San Diego
Quotes

  • Condoleezza Rice in Playfuls.com
    US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said "There is no way that the United States or the international community could ever countenance a reassertion of Syrian authority in Lebanon."
  • Jane Hutt in WalesOnline
    She said: "I welcome both the report's demonstration of how a needs-based regime could be made to work in practice and also how its reassertion of the case for the introduction of a floor in the Barnett formula for Wales, pending further reform....
  • Hosni Mubarak in United Press International
    With President Obama's reassertion of US leadership in the region, a rare moment of opportunity presents itself,Mubarak concluded. "Egypt stands ready to seize that moment, and I am confident that the Arab world will do the same."

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