Some articles on arguing:
... Philadelphia Phillies on June 13, 2008 for arguing ... Oquendo began arguing from his position in the coaching box behind third and was tossed by Vanover ... On August 17, 2012, Oquendo was again ejected from a game for arguing balls and strikes ...
... to the argument that the abolition of Christianity would expand the liberty of conscience by arguing that if great wits could not denounce the Church, they might instead ... activities for the benefit of the nation by arguing that the Sabbath provides benefits by allowing lawyers time to write their briefs, merchants to tally their books, and others ... that arguably damaged civil discourse and politics, by arguing that Christianity merely stands in as a convenient and arbitrary source of such distinctions and ...
... cutbacks to the Toronto Transit Commission's budget, arguing that it had become "out of control" by 1984 ... She resumed her previous role as a prominent critic of Mel Lastman, arguing that his style of politics favoured backroom deals and often removed councillors from the decision-making ... the resignation of city planning commissioner Bruce Davidson in August 1983, arguing that his $265,000 debt to a major developer created a serious conflict-of-interest situation ...
... the appointment of Rocco Buttiglione as Justice Commissioner arguing against the Constitution Treaty, arguing against the Lisbon Treaty, arguing against ...
... Mainstream economics mainly advocates a cyclically balanced budget, arguing from the perspective Keynesian economics that budget deficits provide fiscal stimulus in lean times, while budget ... in the mainstream and branches of heterodox economics argue differently, with some arguing that budget deficits are always harmful, and others arguing that budget deficits are both beneficial and in fact ...
Famous quotes containing the word arguing:
“Philosophy consists very largely of one philosopher arguing that all others are jackasses. He usually proves it, and I should add that he also usually proves that he is one himself.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)
“There is no arguing with the pretenders to a divine knowledge and to a divine mission. They are possessed with the sin of pride, they have yielded to the perennial temptation.”
—Walter Lippmann (18891974)
“Cinderella and the prince
lived, they say, happily ever after,
like two dolls in a museum case
never bothered by diapers or dust,
never arguing over the timing of an egg,
never telling the same story twice....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)