present argument

See: show cause
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THE present argument over Nunthorpe wanting to move out of Middlesbrough reflects only half the problem.
Thomas University] Professor [Amy] Ronner, who was present in court to supervise the legal interns' arguments, not to present argument to the Third District.
Kamran Murtaza requested the court allow him to present arguments on March 15 as he had to attend the funeral of a lawyer's father today.
Imran's junior counsel then challenged the jurisdiction of the court, after which the judge summoned the counsels of both sides at the next hearing to present arguments.
Justice Siddiqui said that report shall remain sealed till court order, directing the petitioner to present arguments on a daily basis from February 21.
The event provided women a chance to freely express their opinions on various topics and present arguments on the dilemmas faced by different communities all over the world.
The court also declined one Advocate Qazi Misbah's request to present arguments on Dar's behalf, whom he claimed to be representing today, saying that he could not be allowed to do so since he was not the PML-N leader's lawyer.
ECP directed Babar Awan to present arguments on behalf of his client before the commission by December 18th.
While hearing the petition filed by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Hanif Abbasi, Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar said that the apex court wants the parties to get a proper chance to present arguments in the case.
More than 170 students are expected to participate in this year's event, which will require them to research and present arguments on four different environment-related topics.
The Emir's decision aims to tackle any attempt to incite public opinion and to abuse religious platforms to present arguments that wade into controversy and denigrate people," the spokesperson, Saad Bin Abdullah Al Thabet, said.
This literary study analyzes all of Tom StoppardAEs plays, especially his use of the device of parsimony known as OccamAEs razor and how Stoppard uses it to present arguments on philosophy, science, and popular culture.