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use "assail" in a sentence

In another Times editorial on November 10, 1885, the paper continued to assail not only the residents of Rock Springs who were involved in the violence, but those who stood by and let the mob continue its behavior.

Josephine is determined to assail the house of Clarisse and rescue her
in partnership with other mutual as well as local organisations.

By incorporating these values, the National Marrow Donor Program and Nu Alpha Kappa Fraternity, Inc. aspire to set a standard of excellence nationwide that rewards our recipients, donors, volunteers, and communities.

His contrary character and skills of organisation and oratory enabled him to build public service broadcasting and set the standards for future generations and broadcasters everywhere to aspire to.

He said, "We must aspire with the utmost zeal to edify as many people as we possibly can in faith and in the love of Christ-and to offend no one."

This was probably the greatest honor any man could aspire for, as Rana belonged to the most prestigious clan of Rajputs.

The Program was constructed as a joint project sponsored by the aspire sports academy.

This is an Open event for dancers from all countries and all dance bodies and a magnet for those who are or aspire to be "the best".

After graduating high school in 1988, he began to aspire to become a professional bodybuilder.

Since the title of martyr is the highest title to which a Christian can aspire, this tendency is natural".

In the empire's most northern state of Walo, women could aspire to the office of Bur and rule the state.

In his later years, his sculpture often seemed to aspire to the monumental condition of architecture.

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