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argument

The reason(s) advanced for a particular thing’s existence.

argument

Medtalk The reason(s) advanced for a particular thing's existence. See Drug-baby argument, Health freedom argument, Particular person argument.
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For me, the only arguement concering the relative merits of Scottish footballers over the last 40 years was simply: Who's gonna be second to Slim Jim?
The costs are added arguement for those who believe that local government here should be drastically cut.
Former GAA president Joe McDonagh has added his weight to the arguement by calling for an open draw.
The length of time any of those would serve is an arguement for another day.
But with Cork losing an All-Ireland final by just three points after already collecting a league title earlier in the year, O'Connor's arguement is likely to fall on deaf ears.
I don't think anyone at the club would give me an arguement if I said that too often last season we were too easily beaten,'' said Spencer.
But that arguement is not likely to carry any weight and Loughnane is already planning ahead without the services of last year's Allstar.
And he outlined his own history as a player to underline his arguement.
Peter Boyce, chairman of Cardiff FOE, said: "If the Lappel Bank case shows that the economic arguements are not lawful, the the Barrage will be sunk.
James Cole and David Sage, (Western Mail, November 12), made some very good points in their letters, and I agree with their arguements that the UK should seriously look at a progressive and meaningful disconnection with the EU and all the legislative madness that goes with it.
Other arguements postulate that the imposition of corporate quotas would unfairly advantage women just because of their gender, considering that there are more men than women in USA qualified in business management (Sihvola, 2011).
Louis Althusser's Lenin And Philosophy and Other Essays (New York: Monthly Review Press, 2001), including a new introduction by Fredric Jameson, may cause readers to conclude that Althusser's arguements against Marx remaining a "humanist" cast serious doubts concerning my interpretive position.