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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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In fact, it is arguable that this summer it will disappear altogether for non-European teams made up entirely of European-based players - certainly for Brazil and Argentina.
Lord Cullen stated: "It is arguable that he did not have a fair trial due to prejudicial publicity.
It is arguable that the correct price is pretty close to where the firms' spreads meet.
The judge said it seemed to him there was an arguable case over the way in which the power to fund the Omagh relatives had been exercised.
The reason for supporting PSV tonight is that on a balanced assessment of both teams' performances over a considerable period of time it is arguable that they should not be regarded as outsiders by quite so big a margin as they are by Cantor and IG.
It is arguable that zero, their supremacy sell price, is the correct one - that at Upton Park each team is as likely to win, and by as many goals, as the other.
It's arguable that Bing Crosby''s co-star in White Christmas was Danny Kaye, not Rosemary Clooney (Page 26, July 1).
And although this is a market in which the preference of most players to buy can exert an upward influence on quotes, it is arguable that expectations at Old Trafford this lunchtime should be at least as high as 11.
He said: "We are so successful that it would be arguable if it even made a marginal difference should Celtic and Rangers join.
Mr Justice Treacy said: "The applicant has an arguable case.
We entirely agree that there is no arguable ground of appeal against sentence.
We are not persuaded that there is an arguable case to show that the convictions are unsafe or that there are good grounds for granting the lengthy extension of time that he seeks.