3 : to persuade by giving reasons <No one can argue
me out of doing this.
It is also inarguable, they argue
, that there is already plenty of chaos, anarchy and destruction now.
In chapter one, Daniel Aiken argues
for the single-elder-led-church model.
that the DOD's proposals would actually affect both active and closed ranges.
Many Norwegians feel that the anti-whaling movement is based solely on emotion, and argue
against convention (and despite the fact that whales are sophisticated communicators, and can learn and respond to more than 50 words) that there is little evidence that whales are more intelligent than many farm animals.
that the district violated his daughter's religious freedom by forcing her to hear the phrase "under God" during the Pledge of Allegiance.
Others note that Shanker himself attributed the idea to a retired educator named Ray Budde and argue
that Shanker's role was mainly to disseminate and popularize it.
Eliot's The Waste Land that begins the novel's third section, "Rats' Alley," and Don Graham has gone so far as to argue
that Eliot's archetypal modernist poem and Lawd Today
Proponents of transracial adoption argue
that because black children are more likely to be in foster care than white children, stay in foster care longer, and are more likely to undergo multiple placements, opening the process to adoption across color lines is the answer to the problems of both children and would-be parents.
While conceding that concrete social conditions are important because they furnish the necessary resources, making culture production possible, I argue
that the actual production of ideas takes place within the context of debate and back-and-forth discussions among the proponents of diverse ideas.
Whichever the choice, they must then argue
the analysis before a court, either orally or in written briefs, or both.
Illogically, some argue
that because those of us most active in this fight once backed amending the Civil Rights Act, our support for ENDA is questionable.
From the right, critics like William Bennett in his best-selling The Book of Virtues (Simon & Schuster, 1993) argue
that most of our current problems with crime, drugs, divorce, abortion, teen pregnancy, and pornography flow from America's abandonment of the moral vision of its Judeo-Christian heritage.
that they tried to desegregate the county's schools and, in fact, satisfy the obligations of the landmark 1954 Brown v.
In the case of breast implants, a combination of an accumulation of anectodal reports of harm and alleged inconsistencies in manufacturers' data generation and collection have led FDA to demand safety data that would argue
that the devices be permitted to remain on the market.