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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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(3) Some logicians would object to argument (3) on the account of the existential presupposition involved in this move.
God and Phenomenal Consciousness: A Novel Approach to Knowledge Arguments.
Arguments are being recorded by Khawaja Haris from Nawaz Sharif and advocate Amjad Pervaiz from Maryam Nawaz and Captain Safdar.
The process began with a task force that looked closely at oral argument practices in the various federal circuits.
It is not, and does not seek to be, a close examination of the wager argument.--Jeff Jordan, University of Delaware
Explanations of classifications rarely contain one argument only.
Effective oral argument requires two skills: the ability to speak comfortably under pressure, and the ability to respond instantaneously to a barrage of questions from judges who are probing the weaknesses of your argument.
Why write down and analyze the argument of the innovator you are interviewing?
The TODAY function requires no arguments, so you can simply type TODAY() as the Value argument.
Estrella Elamparo said after oral arguments last January 19 and 26, only Poe was able to present her arguments before the high court.
The best oral argument is the one you deliver in the car on the way home.
With that in mind, here are what Herring calls the Ten Golden Rules of Argument.