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Those girls are always arguing!
Don't argue with me – you know I'm right.
We used to argue over who should drive.
Successful economies, she argues, are those with the lowest taxes.
Woolf's report argued for (=supported) an improvement in prison conditions.
Reuben opposed the new road, arguing that it wasn't worth spending $25 million to cut seven minutes off drivers' journey times.
Several people stood up to argue against (=say they do not support) moving the students to the new school.
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a share of the profits of a company, paid once or twice a year to the people who own the...
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