1. See also: Assertation, Assertion, Ascertations, Assertion/evidence, Assertions, Asservation
2. International space station devices, foreign-to-Earth grouping, 5000 year Ascertations, protection; Luis Badano
3. Yet another option includes this audit, in which management makes Ascertations on the internal controls over major components of the call report
4. @15 - while I am glad the trail is open again, your Ascertations about traffic are wrong
5. It doesn't matter who you are and whether you agree with Newton's Ascertations or not, but that is just beautifully written and expressed
6. This photo demonstrates my (constant) Ascertations that I was “overly -pregnant”
7. Disadvantages (1) despite your Ascertations, I have never seen a Detroit that got close to the 4 strokes for fuel mileage
8. Prove my Ascertations wrong and I'll admit I'm wrong
9. The opinions or Ascertations contained herein are the private views of the authors and are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of the Department of …
10. That is a lot of money, especially if previous Ascertations that 80% of enterprise IT budgets are not directly contributing to enhancing your
11. Texas provides a counter-example to some Ascertations
12. Kloster for his “dogged determination” to be reasonable, accurate and adhere to the logic of citing sources rather than the dogged determination using personal opinion as most “solid” evidence as Kurt seems to prefer…without citing exactly where in history you can back up your Ascertations, the points you are trying to
13. That is a lot of money, especially if previous Ascertations that 80% of enterprise IT budgets are not directly contributing to enhancing your competitive advantage or …
14. I do see what you mean but I don't agree with your Ascertations
15. --www.secularism.org.uk 20:18, 11 March 2007 (UTC) I don't agree with your Ascertations
16. What is being missed here, in my opinion, is allowing legal Ascertations being made which, if judiciously challenged, would be unconstitutional
17. Hand-waving Ascertations of popularity (which doesn't address whether 50% of people who listen to music utilize Napster) don't prove the point
18. Rather than argue their false Ascertations in the license to cover application, WVCA will not exist
19. All support Goff's Ascertations
20. The personal attacks to discredit Goff instead of standing up to his Ascertations were not effectively masked at all.
21. Your Ascertations regarding me and PRI are accurate
22. If Trump had unlimited funds, he should sue every news channel making those Ascertations
23. Then, I will make my own Ascertations in support of or against her ideas
24. Good rule of thumb- Don’t make ridiculous Ascertations if you don’t want to derail a conversation
25. The latter of which currently questions my Ascertations
26. Stop making assumptions, based on Ascertations, not supported by facts in evidence, to try and prove your inadequacies are commonplace throughout the fire service
27. While the rest of us make weak Ascertations about our futures and the values of our lives, the cast of ZLS can only look backwards, forced to reconcile with their own histories
28. Orochimaru is a scholar and is consistently correct when he makes Ascertations so there is absolutely no reason to discredit him, especially when the opposition is a guy who blames Uchiha going mad on the sharingan and not, you know, being traumatized
29. It would appear that all my Ascertations at this point about the need to call any functions with CCreateContext as an arg are "only" when creating a view outside the mfc decaration and implementation macros, since it's all taken care of …
An assertion, statement of opinion. We were bewildered at his assertation that the economy is thriving. Ascertation has no English definition. It may be misspelled.
Definition of assertation. : the act of asserting or something that is asserted : assertion This crisis, which inspires repeated heartfelt assertations of Mr. Richburg's happiness to be an American …— William Finnegan, New York Times Book Review, 30 Mar.
Definition of ascertain. transitive verb. 1 : to find out or learn with certainty ascertain the truth trying to ascertain the cause of the fire information that can be easily ascertained on the Internet. 2 archaic : to make certain, exact, or precise.