But he's right to assert the GOP's problem is deeper than ORCA and social media.
Does her character continue to find her independence and assert herself in their marriage this season?
So Orange County has emerged from the long, liberal shadow of Los Angeles to assert its own civic identity.
Pope Francis used this story to assert that, like that first Francis, Christians have on too many clothes.
This powerful sector does not hesitate to assert its power over Ntetema, either.
We may therefore venture to assert that neither of these plays was acted earlier than 1593.
With what certainty would we assert that we have 'already received?'
My two guests would tell me nothing, except to assert that they knew nothing of their followers, or why they began shooting.
When we say that Cromwell was a Protector of England, we do not assert that he was the only protector.
They set England at the center of the stage, and talk of her ambition to assert her economic dominion throughout the world.
c.1600, "declare," from Latin assertus, past participle of asserere "claim, maintain, affirm" (see assertion). Related: Asserted; asserting. To assert oneself "stand up for one's rights" is recorded from 1879.