Prepositions after "argue"

"argue with" or "argue for"?

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In 29% of cases argue with is used

And he did try to argue with me.

I don't desire to argue with you.

And it's hard to argue with that.

Everybody is scared of arguing with a fat man/woman but a skinny person is fair game.

Most of all he didn't want to be standing in an office block arguing with an elevator.

They are dedicated to the Kindle Fire, so there you go: There's no arguing with taste.

Norman Bates, the freakazoid that he is, could also be heard arguing with his mother throughout most of the movie.

But an evolutionist would also argue with the objectivist that believing that something is right does not make it so.

I'd be good at that though, because one thing you can't argue with is my ability to manage my soldiers ' expectations.

In 25% of cases argue for is used

Whether we'd argue for or against.

I argued for this position last year.

De la Rionda arguing for the gag order.

It stresses the role of the market and often argues for performance pay for teachers.

Macdonald and George-tienne Cartier, the Canadians argued for a wider, federal union.

Instead he is arguing for an alternative within the constraints of global capitalism.

I try to live based on a set of concrete principles and argue for those principles in all aspects of life, even when.

I would argue for tectonic causes, elevated midocean ridges form rapid spreading, emplacement of large igneous provinces.

I do understand what Holtorf is arguing for and I have for sure committed myself to dismissive rhetoric, patronizing, etc.

In 14% of cases argue against is used

I'd not going to argue against it.

It is difficult to argue against that.

Few would argue against these practices.

Few would argue against the principle, as long as it doesn't affect them personally.

This action speaks with a powerful voice in the market, and is hard to argue against.

That is what Bell is saying when he argues against the idea of a mass workers ' party.

The head of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce was arguing against the proposal when Conway abruptly cut him off.

I explained myself in a final meeting and was put under heavy pressure when 6 men harshly argued against our decission.

I actually watched a state legislator get up on the floor recently and argue against a global warming bill for that reason.

In 11% of cases argue about is used

We can argue about whether thats true or not.

They did not argue about Accidents and Essence.

We did argue about stuff, but not bad arguements.

We can argue about what set off the precipitous rise from 5% (Jan 2008) to 10% (Oct.

Enjoy it as music, and argue about it or discuss it, but it is music, to be enjoyed.

Steven Smith on March 2, 2011 at 1:07 pm Goal 1: You're arguing about a goal when you don't even know who scored.

So I think it's a bit silly to argue about whether promoting the progress is in fact the purpose of copyright--it is.

Brock was studying a local map, while Ash and Misty argued about what they should do when they reached the next town.

Now we can argue about truth, but just as I am unconvinced by Rorty, so are most religious believers I have encountered.

In 8% of cases argue in is used

Rodowick argues in this book that:.

Another columnist at the Guardian argues in a similar vein.

As argued in the discussion of the plagues, the plagues is a test.

That is basically what the NZ government is arguing in favor of, but without the surge.

He argued in favour of making the CBI the sole body investigating anti-corruption cases.

Virtually no one argued in favor of our airports and airlines and why they charge this much.

Since it is unclear, a judge may (and will) assume that it means anything, depending on what the lawyers argue in the specific case.

Today, the key-note speaker Abraham Bernstein, argued in his opening speech that we should throw the Semantic Web into the garbage.

He argued in effect for the return to ecological sustainability, which had been destroyed by, and was not possible under, capitalism.

As I argued in a recent article in The New Republic, Arab protesters and revolutionaries, despite their often passionate dislike of U.

In 3% of cases argue on is used

Keep arguing on that one is my advice.

If you want to argue on that basis please, be my guest.

We argue on what we think but our beliefs are all fairly similar.

At present, experts are arguing on the effects of HGH in the aging process.

You're arguing on the plurality of something imaginary? Holy f*ck, you're a clown.

In fact, that's a classic example of an ad hominem fallacy, as is noting that I've argued on the internet before.

OmMarit: Inquisitor666: 12 May 2009 10:49:12pm OmMarit I doubt it, his lawyers would argue on the grounds of a precedent.

If you're trying to argue on the need for efficiency in different forms of transport, at least account for these effects.

Then again, such sects split into three or four and argue on the basis of different ideologies, and then we shall not be able to identify that original group.

In 2% of cases argue by is used

As argued by the author, Indian immigrant women in the U.

It has been argued by Economists that China is overspending on i nfrastructure.

The case, as argued by Arvay, became unlike any obscenity trial in the country's history.

However, it says, such freedom is not unlimited, as argued by the US, but rather conditional, it says.

When I was in law school, the Supreme Court ruled on a case that was being argued by the Massachusetts Attorney General.

I don't believe there is an existing form of a living or none living being of a demon, but it can be argued by many that there is.

It has been argued by many art historians and others that human vision is infinitely more complex than this notion of a stationary viewer.

Family influence, as argued by Argyle, results in children of higher classes doing better in schools because of greater parental encouragement.

It has also been argued by some thinkers that private property creates social virtues like love of one's family generosity, energy, philanthropy etc.

I once heard it argued by a fellow in my own college, I am sorry to own it by an Englishman, that it was good thing for us that we have lost the United States.

In 2% of cases argue from is used

Arguing from the left side perspective, this is seen as a good thing.

BTW I am also not familiar with any religious who argue from that basis.

Attempts to prove N that argue from either F or P(FN)<<1 or both do not work.

Moderator Response: DB Part of your problem is insisting on arguing from ignorance.

Regardless, even if no one is attempting to argue from F to N, our point still stands.

If you can't argue from a position of logic or evidence then ad hom will not advance your claims this argument.

I think you're arguing from a position of potential future excellence as against the present botched situation.

Conclusion:it's pretty clear to me that you are arguing from belief and I am arguing from the scientific method (ie evidence).

When you want to get rid of exceptions that discriminate against same sex partnerships then you won't be arguing from exceptions I suppose.

In 2% of cases argue over is used

I'd not arguing over which one is a better phone.

We end up arguing over what is and what is not possible.

So arguing over the specifics of the faiths is pointless.

Hamilton and Jefferson argued over the limits of the government.

But Greece's international lenders argued over targets for the country to lower it's debt to GDP ratio.

Of course how accurate this value is depends on the length of the stadium and scholars have argued over this for a long time.

I am reading the majority of these comments arguing over both sides and not even once have I seen a suggestion for a solution.

They obviously are great solutions out there that are a combination of the above investments, but arguing over which party is stupid is not a constructive thing to do.

Their relationship was not without friction, as the two sometimes argued over the cases they worked on; Benson was quicker to side with the victims while Stabler was more impartial.

In 1% of cases argue at is used

I argued at the AGM if they can't be profitable within the restriction of treating.

And i'd sure they'd argue at merely if it's one a year it's less worth it for the profit.

I revealed I was not a policeman and they sped off, still arguing at the next red light.

I guess for them, it really isn't the office that demands respect, as many of them argued at the time.

Germany, though, argues at the supervisor needs a proper ' track record ' of success before it starts dishing out valuable capital.

According to the article cited above, one evangelical complementarian argued at a recent meeting of The Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood that Adam's sin was listening to his wife.

He could have been released last year, but the authorities argued at the parole hearings that his lack of repentance made him a continuing danger to any thieves who might try to break into his home.

In 1% of cases argue to is used

All players argue to the ref for their advantage.

All couples will disagree and argue to some extent.

Many football fans, most sympathetic to the Black Stars, have argued to this day that Suarez's action was a cheat.

No one among us would bother to argue to the fact that women know how to be noticed even if they are mixed with thousands of people.

The guy who called himself annonymous some months ago, in previous mails had a similar synthax and way of arguing to that of Calder.

Now I'd not going to begin to argue to merits of illegal street racing and whether it is or isn't classified as a sport, but it at least edges that general area.

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