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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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With increasing demand causing long waiting lists, by opening clinics across Britain, ARGC will be able to offer its services to more clients, it said.
One of the lead advantages in utilizing the ARGC 2400 is that the product supplies critical field data more than 10km away in real-time, thus providing teams with a large window of opportunity to react proactively to imminent threats.
Clark recently selected as a member of the ARGC Scratch league squad, has been in good form and ready for the challenge to be the first to break the strong hold of Mills and Azoulay in the Medal.
Legnar, not known as a long hitter but a very accurate player, made the most of his knowledge of the layout at ARGC to claim the title by one shot from defending Champion Mike Murray.
ARGC Member Karen Evans (25) blew away the competition with a flawless nett 70 to win the Ladies Nett division.
We are very proud of the event being one of our Majors at ARGC. It has produced great champions in the six years."
Dubai: The new junior initiative by club captains Francisco Giles (DCGYC), Bob Fletcher (ARGC), Malcolm Gray (TMD) and Surender Kandhari (EGC) finished their Captain's Par 3 League at Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club on Saturday June 13.
The downregulation of mTOR resulting from the action of S1PR1 shRNA may thus be responsible for the loss of injury-resistant RGCs, such as aRGCs. Indeed, RGC stimulation with CNTF may be inefficient at rescuing injured cells when the mTOR pathway is blocked since Stat3 and mTOR are thought to operate independently in RGC neuroprotection [49].
In addition to sponsoring the SI working group (SIWG), the DoD's NxTest Integrated Product Team (IPT) started the agile reconfigurable global combat support (ARGCS) program.