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  • noun Plural form of reargument.

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Examples

  • AAUW: arguments on this case were heard past term, but the Court decided it wanted to hear rearguments

    Confirmation Hearings Day Two « AAUW Dialog

  • Circuit Court of Appeals in New York to televise the oral rearguments in Fox vs. Federal Communications Commission on Jan. 13, the cable public-affairs network didn't carry them live but tried to make up for that with multiple plays online, on cable and on radio, all unexpurgated.

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • Circuit Court of Appeals in New York to televise the oral rearguments in Fox vs. Federal Communications Commission on Jan. 13, the cable public-affairs network didn't carry them live but tried to make up for that with multiple plays online, on cable and on radio, all unexpurgated.

    Multichannel News: Business News

  • I wrote in the Scripps-Howard column when the Court heard rearguments in September:

    Infinite Monkeys - "...a sparkly blog..." - James Lileks

  • “He pursued (says a legal friend) the opposite party with notices, and motions, and applications, and appeals, and rearguments, never despairing himself, nor allowing to his adversary confidence, nor comfort, nor repose.

    Memoirs of Aaron Burr

  • "He pursued (says a legal friend) the opposite party with notices, and motions, and applications, and appeals, and rearguments, never despairing himself, nor allowing to his adversary confidence, nor comfort, nor repose.

    Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Volume 2.

  • "He pursued (says a legal friend) the opposite party with notices, and motions, and applications, and appeals, and rearguments, never despairing himself, nor allowing to his adversary confidence, nor comfort, nor repose.

    Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Complete

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