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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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Greater consideration might have been given to the reception of the qualities of black in art and literature at the time of production through a thorough examination of contemporary critical response and a regauging of those texts in light of Harvey's arguement. Still, Men in Black is an insightful and rewarding book throughout, a rich contribution to the iconography of colour and clothes.
Pakistan-born Khan, 48, attacked his wife during an arguement and strangled her so severely she suffered brain damage.
However, there is an arguement that an authentic learning experience should be concerned with doing exactly that: linking the real world to the classroom.
But the other side of the arguement is that only bad luck has prevented Sebastian Vettel from winning all three, and it's no surprise to see him head the early betting for pole and victory in this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix.
The basic arguement was: Bobby''s scoring goals, so give him a go Fabio.
Dr Ken Smith says that words like arguement, twelth and truely should be viewed as variant spellings.
These include 'arguement' for 'argument' and 'twelth' for 'twelfth'.
email arguement? Well, apparently, as the boundary between work and personal connectivity for these indviduals is almost nonexistent, two thirds of the study sample said that they use text or instant messaging for both work and personal use; and more than a third use social networking for both business and pleasure.Intersting findings, but terrible news for network adminstrators and lawyers who now need to institue regulations governing IM communications too.This era of online communications we live in seems experimental.
But by not doing any of the above, the selectors, headed by Dilip Vengsarkar who has himself been in a similar situation during his playing days, have added credence to a bitter arguement: that they are piqued at Dravid denouncing the captaincy without any discussion with them.
The victim walked into his office to discover the guilty man sleeping, and after challenging the man, an arguement broke out during which the victim was stabbed in the stomach.
The court heard how the teenager, who was made the subject of the order in July 2003, went to Ernesford Grange Community College, Princethorpe Way, with a group of friends to make up with his girlfriend after an arguement.