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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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arguable but fairly unlikely to prevail in court) until a different definition is provided in the final regulations.
It is arguable, therefore, that Liverpool should not be outsiders in the corners supremacy market even away to Tottenham.
It is arguable that even when Chelsea are playing at home to a team like Reading the correct odds for either one or two goals in the closing 45 minutes should be nearly 8-11.
Any outcome is possible today, including some ridiculously high total, but it is arguable that the fixed-odds price for fewer than 11 corners should really be shorter than evens - at least 10-11, and perhaps shorter still.
The bottom line is that both Wycombe games and Peterborough games have been averaging comfortably fewer than 11 corners this season and it is arguable that the correct price for fewer than 11 corners at Adams Park this afternoon should really be 11-10.
It is arguable that home-continent advantage will become progressively less important in the future - just as, round the globe, hometown advantage is becoming progressively less important in club football.
But with Iraq it is arguable that this country is now having a far greater destabilising effect on the region now.
I don't think that's even arguable,'' Buchanan said.
It is arguable that home-continent advantage will become progressively less important in the future - just as, round the globe, home-town advantage is becoming progressively less important in club football.
But High Court judge Mr Justice Collins ruled the case was not arguable and blocked a full hearing.
Some of Barson's decisions - to relegate James Bridges, George Lucas and Richard Quine to a section titled "Short Subjects," and to ignore entirely cult directors like Hubert Cornfield and Charles Laughton - may be arguable.
It is arguable that Sportingodds are wrong, if only by a small margin, to make Bolton odds against to win tomorrow's televised Premiership match at Middlesbrough with the draw as no bet (you win if Bolton do and get your money back if they draw).