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reassert your authority/power/control

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreassert your authority/power/controlreassert your authority/power/controlto do or say something to make your position stronger after a period when it seemed weak The prime minister aimed to reassert his authority. reassert
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reassert your authority/power/controlFor the next year the Republican government was obliged to struggle to reassert its authority.Louis the Pious, taking Charles with him, moved quickly to reassert his control.The battered Premier was today desperately trying to reassert his authority after Mr Lamont's devastating attack.Historians are divided into two viewpoints about the Tsars ability to reassert his power and avoid revolution.They are the optimists and pessimists.Governments will reassert their control over corporations when people reassert their control over governments.
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