Akhil Amar argues Congress should either impeach him or arrest him—but the courts should leave him alone.
But Davis argues that Britain did so only when it realized it served its “national honor.”
And when there are crimes against women and girls, she argues all the way up to the conservative mullahs on the Supreme Court.
The way to move things forward is to reopen the suspended peace talks in Qatar, he argues.
The cumulative effect, he argues, is to make the counterculture seem shallower than it actually was.
"Look at the design of the cover, see how durable it is," argues the salesman.
It will be seen that Cheke writes what he argues for, "clean and pure English."
The use of the word “synagogue” as a place of worship (James 2:2) on a par with “church” (5:14) argues for this interpretation.
It must then, argues Stewart, be either a 'prejudice' or an 'intuitive judgment.'
He was dead, argues Swift, if he did but know it; but then there is no accounting for some mens ignorance!
c.1300, "to make reasoned statements to prove or refute a proposition," from Old French arguer "maintain an opinion or view; harry, reproach, accuse, blame" (12c.), from Latin argutare "to prattle, prate," frequentative of arguere "make clear, make known, prove, declare, demonstrate," from PIE *argu-yo-, from root *arg- "to shine, be white, bright, clear" (see argent). Meaning "to oppose, dispute" is from late 14c. Related: Argued; arguing.