Leung's observations may be true, but they are not adequate enough to argue against
reality, which is that the Chinese government does not administer any of the airfields in Taiwan.
I think Land Rover would argue against
that as all but the Defender have a monocoque chassis.
Those that argue against
it say the prolonged use of GMO is going to cause mass spread of cancer and reduced fertility, cause the eco system to collapse and increase the mortality rate in future generations.
THOSE who argue that we need to spend pounds 20 billion (and does anyone seriously think that won't be a massive underestimate?) on upgrading our independent nuclear deterrent - just in case some unspecified threat materialises 30 or 40 years down the line - are quite often the same people who argue against
action on climate change, on the grounds that we're only 95 per cent certain that human activities are a major cause.
She suggested that Rhodri Morgan would argue against
the job cuts in a meeting with the Treasury in March.
Gilligan told gay-rights activist Wayne Besen that she was "stunned" and "mortified" to see Dobson use her work to argue against
On the one hand, what sane person would argue against
the logic of being able to buy a product at 50% of its current price?
In addition, by combining the two, I would say that those who would argue against
the Church are hoping to elicit the support of either group for the cause of the other, and this is wrong.
Many civil rights proponents would not argue against
the fact that race is more a social construct than a biological construct, but civil rights proponents would not negate the importance of the continued need for attention to governmental race-based initiatives such as affirmative action.
Murphy is in court to argue against
certification of a class-action suit, saying the spill was an act of God, not negligence.
In contrast, a separate team has reported that a sharp rise in melanoma cases among Medicare beneficiaries between 1986 and 2001 was "confined to early stage cancer." Researchers at Dartmouth Medical School in White River Junction, Vt., correlated a more than doubling in melanoma cases to an identical rise in screening for the disease and so argue against
any rise in melanoma incidence.
It is telling that Willingham does not argue against
the existence of human abilities outside the academic domains, such as kinesthetic skill, musical talent, and social insight.
On the other hand, few would argue against
most of the buildings on the list, certainly up to the most recent cases, where their inclusion must be provisional until test of time has run its course.
In response, he provides both a description of the rhetorical brilliance of the Qur'an which "seizes the human heart" and "draws intellect" (sic) as well as a description of the rituals of Islam that he argues "pulsate with movement" to argue against
the "inert" quality Gutas assigns to essentialized Islam (232).
'I don't think anyone, even the most critical commentator of the activity of coalition forces, could argue against
the fact that in large parts of Iraq the situation is measurably better than it was 12 months ago and when it was under Saddam Hussein,' he said.