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But it is impossible to argue vehemently against Gatland's contention that regional rugby simply doesn't adequately prepare our players for matches like Saturday.
Supporters argue vehemently that gay people in loving relationships should have the same rights as heterosexual couples.
We had to argue vehemently against the basic democratic principle of rep-by-pop to get eight.
He added: "I would argue vehemently that a proper functioning health service is of systemic importance to the people of this country.
Many citizens, perhaps most, argue vehemently in favor of expense reduction, sometimes euphemistically when they advocate "smaller government," if an ever-increasing population, and the challenges of increasing concentrations population, magically require fewer public services.
You always feel that the decisions are not going in your direction or you get a collection of them, three or four on the trot, and you argue vehemently.
I do much of my writing on a Royal manual typewriter (circa 1954) and have been known to argue vehemently that vinyl LP is the only format on which I can listen to Pink Floyd's "Shine on You Crazy Diamond.
I would argue vehemently if we got it that we should sit on it.
Some might argue not so much in higher ed, but I would argue vehemently against that," says Phil Guth, vice president of Enrollment and Technology Services at Judson College in Elgin, Ill.
These are the people who argue vehemently that the Government should protect their rights to show the big sporting events.
They also argue vehemently that their relationships are very similar to heterosexual ones.
Certainly, Nicol would argue vehemently that he is not operating in a Mickey Mouse league.