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reassert itself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreassert itselfreassert itselfif something reasserts itself, it returns or becomes stronger after a period when it was missing or weak At last, common sense had reasserted itself. reassert
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reassert itselfI wondered, naturally, how and when reality would reassert itself.It was only to be expected that sooner or later the Collector's sense of duty would reassert itself.It was clearly time for true Protestantism to reassert itself and win allegiances.There may be some recovery when they go to school, but the dip will reassert itself during the teenage years.But it also allows the traditional power biology has within psychology to reassert itself within them.
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