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Argumentativeness

ARGUMENTATIVENESS. What is used by way of reasoning in pleading is so called.
     2. It is a rule that pleadings must not be argumentative. For example, when a defendant is sued for taking away the goods of the plaintiff, he must not plead that "the plaintiff never had any goods," because although this may be an infallible argument it is not a good plea. The plea should be not guilty. Com. Dig. Pleader R 3; Dougl. 60; Co. Litt. 126 a.

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arguably
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arguing
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Argumentum a divisione est fortissimum in jure
Argumentum a majori ad minus negative non valet; valet e converso
Argumentum a simili valet in lege
Argumentum ab authoritate est fortissimum in lege
Argumentum ab impossibili plurmum valet in lege
Argumentum ab inconvenienti
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argus pheasant
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