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an especially persuasive point helping to support an argument or discussion

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The talking points emphasize that DB plans are both cost effective and efficient in producing the safety net for retirement income security.
PERHAPS the biggest talking point over the last few days has been Wayne Rooney and the biggest contract in English football history.
According to Politico, Morell leaves a month after the White House released emails showing he was the one who removed al-Qaeda references from the much-debated talking points.
After further expanding his views on the scandal, he further reiterated, "Those talking points that you're reading from are completely false as anybody who has paid remote attention to the surveillance debates know over the last ten years.
I am not threatening, I am sharing a fact with you," the talking points read, adding, "If this situation continues I will be forced to ask Prime Minister Netenyahoo to resume his responsibilities.
Intelligence officials suspected affiliates of al-Qaida and named them in their original talking points for Rice, but that information was deemed classified and was softened to 'extremists' as the talking points were cycled past Justice, State, the National Security Council and other intelligence analysts.
After our hugely successful association with Bill last November with his national Radio Town Hall Election special, we decided to join forces on Talking Points.
Vodacom prepaid customers also benefit from Vodacom's prepaid rewards programme where Talking Points are earned.
DISCUSSION about jobs will be one of the main talking points over Christmas dinner this year in the West Midlands.
ABA has generated a series of papers--backgrounders, talking points and communication kits--that can be used as a basis for responding to questions from either customers or the media.
Ian Payne introduces pre-match reports and news of all tonight's goals as they go in, while studio guests keep their eye on the big games and talking points.
As a result, a small grantee workgroup developed a set of talking points that environmental public health practitioners can use to facilitate their discussions with public health policy makers on the value and benefits of environmental health services.
OKAY, FOR THIS MEETING THE AMBASSADOR WILL NEED A BRIEFING, MEMO WITH TALKING POINTS AS USUAL--AND MAKE SURE IT'S IN THE RIGHT FORMAT
CORRECTION: It's increasingly hard to distinguish among the talking points issued by the Democratic Party and its allies, leftist editorials advocating more government interference in the healthcare industry, and supposedly straight reporting.
Through the Web site, you can sign up to receive e-mails when swift action is needed to contact elected officials; review DAV legislative talking points to stay informed on current topics; and use prepared letters on the site to electronically notify your legislators, quickly and easily.