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Synonyms for debate

Synonyms for debate

to put forth reasons for or against something, often excitedly

the presentation of an argument or arguments

Synonyms for debate

a discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal

the formal presentation of a stated proposition and the opposition to it (usually followed by a vote)

argue with one another

discuss the pros and cons of an issue

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com) to make their voices heard and explore different aspects of a topic in a setting that makes debating both interesting and fun.
The statement added that Ghana s tertiary institutions are to be trained through the Tertiary Debate Program in order to transfer from the middle school debate format to the British Parliamentary style for qualifications to events like the annual Ghana Tertiary Debating Championships and the Pan African and World Universities Debating Championships.
Now we are friends with each other; what we are debating are political arguments and the means by which we will fulfill our promises.
The practical guide to debating, worlds style/British parliamentary style.
Regarding the BP style of debating, Shuster said: "This is the World University Debating Championship (WUDC) format.
There are pros and cons to debating, particularly for a President.
70) joins other Opposing Viewpoints overviews in debating weight-related issues.
Exploring and debating alternatives has helped a top-performing FTSE 100 company strike the right balance between growing long-term value and delivering near-term economic profit.
As for debating Clinton, Dole cheerfully embraced an underdog's role.
After all, what was the sense of debating - let alone passing - controversial legislation that the court might soon render irrelevant?
Debate on Debates: Richard Nixon avoided debating his Democratic rivals in 1968 and 1972.
Today they have a squad of over thirty, debating two different forms of debate (Policy and Lincoln-Douglas), in both the open (varsity) and novice divisions, at the highest levels of high school competition.
Winning debates; a guide to debating in the style of the world universities debating championships.
But constitutionally, supermajorities have nothing to do with debating judicial nominations.