Expressions - Collocations of the word " argue "

" argue "Collocations - Expressions
It could be argued that1) It could be argued that these criteria are too rigid.
2) It could be argued that the price is worth paying.
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advocate argue1) advocates argue some chemicals still secret.
2) A small cadre of die-hard advocates argues that experiments now produce consistent results.
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always argue1) They were always arguing with each other.
2) We always argue about who should drive.
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argue1) Its proponents argue zero risk is pointless.
2) Douglas further argues why ethical practices are needed.
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argue about1) The jury are arguing about the evidence.
2) We always argue about who should drive.
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argue against1) My intention was to argue against dualism.
2) What evidence argues against such a hypothesis?
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argue appeal1) I have argued appeals before state and federal courts .
2) Mark Fleming argued the appeal in September 2009.
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argue back1) I do my best to argue back .
2) I wish you children did not argue back so much.
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argue bitterly1) Is Vanessa aware that they 're arguing bitterly over her?
2) Tories and Patriots argued bitterly .
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argue case1) At least three books have argued the case .
2) He briefed and argued cases before state and federal appellate courts.
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argue cogently1) Why argue cogently if my interlocutor is more devoted to self or ideology than to truth?
2) In the past, Kingfisher has argued cogently that tipping the bargaining balance towards the electrical retailer and away from the manufacturers would benefit consumers.
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argue compellingly1) Rather, Johnson argues compellingly , metaphor is the basis of understanding, and enables us to structure experience.
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argue constantly1) Everyone knew that the couple argued constantly .
2) Does it seem like your parents argue constantly ?
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argue convincingly1) He must argue convincingly for that during the debate.
2) Salop argues convincingly that both these types of clauses help sustain collusion.
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argue correctly1) If you're going to fight, you have to know how to argue correctly .
2) In the long term, he argues correctly , this is in the shareholders' interest too.
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argue effectively1) Wittgenstein argues effectively that such a private language is impossible.
2) Anyone can learn how to argue effectively .
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argue eloquently1) Lawyers argue eloquently on their clients' behalf for favorable verdicts.
2) Michael Pollan argued eloquently against this notion in his January 2007 New York Times Magazine story .
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argue endlessly1) Fans could argue endlessly over their best album.
2) It avoids arguing endlessly over an issue that is inherently irresolvable.
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argue fiercely1) Here was a community in which people argued fiercely about theology, even sang ballads about predestination.
2) Matt and Luisa then argue fiercely ; she calls him a poseur, while he calls her childish.
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argue for1) He argued for counter cyclical demand management.
2) This argues for extending the bombing campaign.
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argue forcefully1) His suffering on the cross forcefully argues that love and suffering are not incompatible.
2) Munday and Migo argued forcefully that their people had been extremely badly treated.
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argue furiously1) Bloody Knife argued furiously with the officer to no avail.
2) The two couples and their young counterparts argue furiously about how foolish they were when they were young.
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argue heatedly1) They still discuss everything, and argue heatedly over decisions, such as whether a scene works.
2) In Black Mesa East , Alyx argues heatedly with Dr. Judith Mossman.
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argue in favor of1) It argued in favor of improved local government.
2) The institute argued in favor of dismissal.
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argue in favour1) No, King was arguing in favour of watching animals fight.
2) One speaker argued in favour of categorising trainees.
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argue into1) Was any man ever reasoned or argued into Heaven?
2) No body of men will be argued into slavery.
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argue loudly1) There are men in the apartment arguing loudly with her dad.
2) Cornelia and her daughter Deborah argue loudly .
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argue merit1) Supporters argue the educational merits of inclusion from two perspectives.
2) I'm going to try and argue the merits here David.
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argue more1) If anything they argued more than my divorced parents.
2) Still , Lopez would argue more can be done.
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argue motion1) Lawyers deliver statements, present witnesses, and argue motions .
2) I doubt you've ever argued a motion in court.
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argue none1) You might argue none of this really matters.
2) We will argue that none of the objections is good.
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argue opposite1) Axel and I must argue the opposite .
2) In fact, I would argue the opposite .
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argue out1) arguing implies you can be argued out of it .
2) The thorny question of divorce was discussed and argued out in the frankest tones.
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argue over1) They are arguing over whose woman is better.
2) The two argue over whose treat lunch is .
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argue passionately1) These differences are deeply felt and passionately argued .
2) I argued passionately for a top higher band.
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argue persuasively1) He argues persuasively that Jinnah was a charismatic leader.
2) And Temkin has persuasively argued that the relevant principles do vary from comparison to comparison.
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argue plausibly1) Rev. 31 (1938), 205-36) argued plausibly that it was about experiments in induced lethargy (as after all the title of Clearchus' dialogue about sleep suggests).
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argue point1) Many economists today argue a similar point .
2) There are many to argue the first point .
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argue politics1) Even politics were argued with the perspective of national origins.
2) The Consul leaves early after arguing politics with Hugh.
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argue powerfully1) But the last half argues powerfully that the Law is not ended.
2) Here we have additional evidence which argues powerfully for a pre tribulation Rapture.
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argue strenuously1) Deng's decision was a hard one- and one that was strenuously argued over within the party.
2) I want to strenuously argue for the value of music that doesn't necessarily cause tears or chills.
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argue strongly1) All that argues strongly for proper convergence conditions.
2) The research evidence does not argue strongly for older entry ages.
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argue successfully1) The key to arguing successfully is to maintain the level of respect.
2) One student produced shared lecture notes and argued successfully that they were the source.
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argue the case1) At least three books have argued the case .
2) Justice Sung is set free to argue the case .
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argue the merits of1) Some of them argued the merits of various French cars.
2) Industry developers argue the merits of AC and DC transmission systems.
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argue the point1) Some said it was instantaneous, while others argued the point .
2) Only an idiot would argue the point .
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argue the toss1) He had better things to do than argue the toss .
2) Well , you weren't gonna argue the toss !
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argue theory1) Singer is not simply arguing academic theories .
2) The plaintiff argued theories of conspiracy and fraudulent concealment.
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argue toss1) He had better things to do than argue the toss .
2) Well , you weren't gonna argue the toss !
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argue unsuccessfully1) He argued unsuccessfully in the provincial convention for a prohibition against Catholics holding office.
2) Hewett reacted angrily, and argued unsuccessfully against the decision with the Somerset committee.
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argue vehemently1) Ramanuja argues vehemently against understanding Brahman as one without attributes.
2) Richard D Lamm vehemently argues against making healthcare a right.
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argue vigorously1) I was involved from the beginning when we were doing the feasibility research, arguing vigorously in favour of the resite.
2) Introduction: A friend sent me a video clip from an Oprah television show in which Oprah argued vigorously that there are many different paths to truth and heaven.
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argue vociferously1) Some people claim otherwise and argue vociferously for complete scepticism.
2) A huddle of teenagers in pajamas was arguing vociferously a little way along the path.
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argue with1) The facts are hard to argue with .
2) The dude was arguing with an empty seat.
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argued1) The paper has argued four propositions concerning competition policy.
2) This book is carefully written and argued .
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argueing1) The forums are great no argueing there .
2) It 's like argueing about who's doing the least damage.
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argues1) Douglas further argues why ethical practices are needed.
2) What evidence argues against such a hypothesis?
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article argue1) The article argues that the smog strengthens Chinese military defense.
2) This article argues that this picture should change.
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attempt to argue1) Allie attempted to argue against such descriptions.
2) Others have attempted to argue the rational nature of religious belief.
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attorney argue1) Her attorney argued that the evidence was obtained illegally.
2) Defense attorneys argued that Petric was influenced by video game addiction.
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author argue1) The author argues that they are inseparable.
2) The authors argue that society holds largely negative views of youth.
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be difficult to argue1) It is is difficult to argue with this logic.
2) It 's difficult to argue with that assessment.
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be possible to argue1) Yet it would be possible to argue exactly the opposite case.
2) It was possible to argue for an infinite extension of social motherhood.
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be prepared to argue1) We need to be prepared to argue our case.
2) Now, I 'm prepared to argue this point.
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cogently argue1) Why argue cogently if my interlocutor is more devoted to self or ideology than to truth?
2) The case for reaching a modus vivendi with Germany was indeed cogently argued by a faction within the Foreign Ministry.
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convincingly argue1) He must argue convincingly for that during the debate.
2) It convincingly argues that industrial activity is increasingly spread through global value chains .
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counsel argue1) In particular , defense counsel argued to the jury that .
2) His defense counsel argued that advertising may expose his family to the dangers.
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critic argue1) Some critics argue that excessive parking requirements exacerbate car dependency.
2) critics argued that such chases put pedestrians at risk.
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essay argue1) For instance, let's say you are writing an essay arguing that dance is a sport.
2) This essay argues that the distinctive nature of the portfolio choices facing SWFs negates this fairness argument.
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expert argue1) Other experts argue that this solution is questionable.
2) But experts argue this can obscure the true frequency of side effects.
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famously argue1) Viggo Kristiansen has famously argued that new evidence would acquit him.
2) Steve Jobs famously argued that, at it's best, technology is a tool to empower individuals.
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go on to argue1) He goes on to argue that forced evacuation was made possible with mass massacres .
2) He goes on to argue that the reality is different from the rhetoric.
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paper argue1) This paper argues that there are two causes.
2) This paper argues that the law failed Ashley.
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plaintiff argue1) The plaintiff argued theories of conspiracy and fraudulent concealment.
2) The plaintiffs argue that the cleanup was incomplete.
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plausibly argue1) Sure, you can plausibly argue that a simulation of a person isn't conscious and thus not *intelligent*.
2) And it can be plausibly argued that these concepts form a basis class (or something close to it), so that we have a basis translation relation.
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prosecutor argue1) But prosecutors argued that their story was not corroborated.
2) prosecutors argued he was offering a place to hide weapons.
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report argue1) The report argues that policy needs to be oriented towards reducing uncertainty .
2) The ArchCity Defenders report argues that this resentment is justified.
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sceptic argue1) However, sceptics argued that the orbits of the comets involved were still too uncertain to produce meaningful results.
2) While proponents of these theories hold that they use scientific techniques and methods, sceptics argue that they don't.
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scientist argue1) Some scientists argue that high population density cause dead zones.
2) Many prominent scientists argued that the system was futile.
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side argue1) In many conflicts both sides argue that the other side was initiator.
2) Each side argued that its preferred course of action was the safest alternative.
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some argue1) Although redlining is illegal some argue that it continues to exist in other forms.
2) Hence did some argue for a toleration of Servetus and other Heretics.
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successfully argue1) The plaintiffs successfully argued for a massive delay until mid-March.
2) He has successfully argued before the Supreme Court of Florida.
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try to argue1) Common sense tried to argue against them.
2) She tries to argue down everyone she meets.
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unsuccessfully argue1) He argued unsuccessfully in the provincial convention for a prohibition against Catholics holding office.
2) Hewett reacted angrily, and argued unsuccessfully against the decision with the Somerset committee.
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vigorously argue1) Exxon vigorously argued against the award of any punitive damages whatsoever.
2) The Lubavitcher Rebbe vigorously argues that yichud is forbidden in the adoptive situation.
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wish to argue1) She had no wish to argue with Leif.
2) wish to argue about the term Scotch-Irish?
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writer argue1) Finally, pluralist writers argue that there are political costs.
2) Today, some European philosophers and writers argue that religions are unnecessary.
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