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  • noun Plural form of argument.

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Examples

  • $arguments = @ {Name = $name; Comment = $comment} $newColl = set-wmiinstance - class SMS_Collection - arguments $arguments - computername

    TechNet Blogs

  • Finally, as an aside, it's funny to describe the GPL as anti-Hayekian, when one of Hayek's main arguments is that the person on the spot has the best understanding of his or her needs.

    Comments on Hayek, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • So we are certainly free to say that certain arguments, whether arguments from the text of the Bible, arguments from the perceived will of God as expressed in the way the world works, arguments from church teachings, or what have you, are unpersuasive.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Reason and Law:

  • "One of the arguments is these clinics are already regulated, but I find it a little bit ludicrous that a lobbyist group for abortion rights is doing the inspections," said council member Marc T. Aveni (R).

    Manassas council urges Virginia to regulate abortion clinics

  • Implicit in their arguments is the acceptance of radical economic inequality as normative and OK.

    Matthew Yglesias » Immigration and Low-Wage Workers

  • At the core of their arguments is the idea that high code coverage through tests – Jeff Atwood mentions the 95%-plus range – makes the maintenance of the tests themselves time consuming, considering the proportion of the tests that need to be changed when the code changes.

    Reflective Surface - Tests: Pragmatism or ideology?

  • At the core of their arguments is the idea that high code coverage through tests – Jeff Atwood mentions the 95%-plus range – makes the maintenance of the tests themselves time consuming, considering the proportion of the tests that need to be changed when the code changes.

    Reflective Surface - Archives: 2009 February

  • I fundamentally think a flaw in many of your arguments is a lack of understanding of the film industry or filmmaking.

    Matthew Yglesias » Licensing Again

  • While remaining sympathetic what has caused me to come to doubt the arguments is an article that I read by Elliott Currie, who wrote a wonderful book called Crime and Punishment in America.

    Matthew Yglesias » Start Snitchin’

  • He made merry over what he called the arguments of reactionary patriotism.

    Our Casualty, and Other Stories 1918

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