In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He confidently asserts that the tapes are not faked, and that the vocal range is too broad to be made by a human.
- The claim asserts that this is too fast and does not enable an applicant to have a fair chance of putting forward his claim properly.
- The appellant asserts that the building was uninhabitable when he moved in, and that to return it to that state would be a retrograde step.
- That is, is there any constitutional fact which is asserted about time limits, time element or the like?
- Neither does he explicitly assert that our natural beliefs are true.
- Instead, he asserts that we are in fact so entrenched in ideology that it is difficult to even distinguish its parameters.
- Had there been concerns about any aspect of the process it can confidently be asserted that they would have found expression.
- Science is beginning to understand what is going on in our genes, he asserts, and few things about the human condition will ever be the same again.
- Are the parents asserting a religious belief or conviction?
- The coal industry should be privately funding these studies, the consumer group asserts.
- All other vine varieties, Pliny asserts confidently, are imports from Greece.
- What can be asserted reasonably from the facts as we know them, is that they were a devoted couple.
- The other response is to assert that the supremacy is in fact the solution to the despair.
- These types of beliefs, he asserts, are closely connected to languages and texts.
- The claimants assert that their claims should also have been settled.
- There are few principles so precious as that which asserts that everyone is innocent until proven guilty.
- This essay asserts that there are, in fact, two phenomena that need to be examined.
- Failure to do so, he asserts, would be a Doomsday scenario.
- I would however assert that the belief in absolute truth requires an attempt to follow it as best as possible.
- In order to establish that contention the applicants assert they have no need to rely upon any statutory underpinning.
2(demonstrate, enforce)(superiority) reafirmar(superiority) dejar sentado(claims/rights) hacer valer(claims/rights) reivindicarto assert one's authority — imponer su (or mi etc.) autoridad
- No, but the appellants are not asserting an exclusive right to make decisions with respect to the land, even in their notice of appeal.
- I hope they realize that simply asserting authority doesn't necessarily make us any safer.
- For his era, he's no different from anyone else: what a father did to assert his authority was take his belt off.
- Throughout history, wars have been followed by ritualised attempts to assert legal authority.
- Now others are asserting their constitutional rights.
- At a later stage, the tenant was able to assert his rights to possession of the land against anyone who dispossessed him.
- The rights were asserted as fundamental entitlements recognized by the international community.
- But surely if any religious creed is to have validity it has to assert its authority over science?
- They are conducted in order to assert authority and extend influence.
- When women can assert human rights against them, through a law they can use themselves, women will have a right to a place in the world.
- How strong are you in the face of someone trying to assert authority over you through their verbal abuse?
- That way you assert your authority, but your colleagues don't think you're a git.
- They come to court to assert their rights, not to exercise some form of consumer choice.
- They will allow people to assert their rights to fair use over copyright materials.
- He takes them on a fishing trip to a remote island, cruelly asserting his authority en route.
- Unfortunately, the Roman Church was at the same time asserting its rights and privileges with a new energy.
- Even if copyright expires, the court ruled, common law can be applied to assert the rights of the original owner.
- The prison officers, though clearly asserting their authority, treated the prisoners with respect.
- It is a little bit frightening how broadly he asserts his authority as commander in chief.
- What would have happened if the Thai authorities had asserted their jurisdiction over the offence here?
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