compelling argument

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  • That cold muzzle against his head was a compelling argument. Cited from Army Boys on German Soil, by Homer Randall
  • In this way, student-teacher ratios are compelling arguments for advanced or honors classes.
  • His presentation of this view has been described by Porter and Cross as "a compelling argument".
  • Humbert had numerous compelling arguments and even proposed to ship the urns back to Italy for a public debate.
  • Given the Lao government's treatment of the peasantry, that was a compelling argument.
  • This compelling argument influlenced the Supreme Court's decision in favor of copyright owners and their heirs.
  • Yet, Sally's devotion was so instinctive and so artless that it would take compelling argument to convince her of any need of change. Cited from Call of the Cumberlands, by Charles Neville Buck
  • Advocates on both sides of the issue, including and, present compelling arguments for improved service while the MBTA has not yet committed to a permanent transit solution.
  • Since such adversarial sides in a political dispute appeal to the common good, an observer of the dispute can use his capacity to reason to judge which side supplies the most compelling arguments.
  • Emergent from this historical retrospective is the compelling argument that oil is not exempt from the same stages of rise and fall experienced by other previously dominant energy sources.
  • Although naturalists do not interpret evolution as purpose driven, some nonetheless embrace virtue ethics and many see no compelling argument against ethical naturalism.
  • One of the most compelling arguments for federation amongst the public and politicians of the time was that a united immigration policy would secure the borders of all the Australian colonies.
  • Several theories about these characters, the Rival Poet included, have been expounded, and scholarly debate continues to put forward both conflicting and compelling arguments.
  • A compelling argument against re-working would be a complete or at least associated skeleton (e.g. more than one bone from the same individual) found above the K-Pg boundary.
  • The strongest dissenter from this majority view was C. J. Ball, who marshalled the most compelling argument for a Hebrew original.
  • Geritz 1998 presents a compelling argument that disruptive selection only occurs near fitness minima.
  • Political theorizing entails constructing a compelling argument that should be strengthened by factual evidence that is relevant to the case and should be logical.
  • There is a compelling argument that the Tugela Falls is the tallest waterfall in the world, rather than the more commonly cited Angel Falls.
  • That Schlegel did not place argentina in Scops, merely invoking its original genus name, offers the most compelling argument in determining that he did not validly introduce it.
  • Despite the compelling arguments against the theory postulated by Grawitz, the term hypernephroma, with its associated adrenal connotation, persisted in the literature.
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