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Argument

On a computer, information that the user enters in response to the requirements of a program. The program can only continue to function once the user has entered the argument. This is common in spreadsheet programs.
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The victim walked into his office to discover the guilty man sleeping, and after challenging the man, an arguement broke out during which the victim was stabbed in the stomach.
The court heard how the teenager, who was made the subject of the order in July 2003, went to Ernesford Grange Community College, Princethorpe Way, with a group of friends to make up with his girlfriend after an arguement.
Once there would have been something in that arguement.
It starts to create a very strong arguement for visitors to stay overnight and multiple nights potentially because of the opportunities for them to expand on what they can do and see and what types of activities they can participate in.
After a brief arguement, the police head to Fort Carlton to notify Superintendent Leif Crozier of the raid.
Arguement is scheduled for April 8, 1992, on Castrol's request for an immediate injunction pending a full hearing of Castrol's claims.
The arguement goes like this: Mother Theresa helps the most impoverished of India's poor, but she does nothing to address the underlying causes of their poverty.
There's an arguement that suggests England should attempt to commit more players rather than play in front of San Marino.
Prof Smith, of Buckinghamshire New University in High Wycombe, says his students commonly misspell argument as arguement, twelfth as twelth, February as Febuary, ignore as ignor, occurred as occured, opportunity as opertunity, queue as que, speech as speach, and their as thier.
Finally, news of the newly emerging coalition of Plaid with Liberal Democrats and at least one Independent completely destroys Plaid's arguement.
And when you have two female candidates and fail to offer them equal status it devalues his arguement altogether.