She stood at the door, haggard with rage, arguing with her husband and daughter, gesticulating with them.
Chelsea would argue about anything under the sun, wry and insightful and curious as a cat.
On the very moment John MacHale, who had been arguing and arguing against it, stood up and shouted out with the voice of a lion: ‘Credo!’”
While he was arguing in this manner, the sky was overcast, the winds blew from the four quarters of the compass, and the ship was assailed by a most terrible tempest, within sight of the port of Lisbon.
Georgia federal prosecutors strongly argued for jail time for the Atlanta Three, insisting on “the need to send a message to the community,” “the message that hackers around the country need to hear.”
And then all the most important conclusions are merely argued from that.
He also obviously told you that he and Dr. Schneider argued at length about how durable the strain ought to be.
He who had believed in her and argued on her side when all the rest of the world was against her, had at last like the others become weary and neglectful of the old cause, and was leaving her to fight her battles alone.
It is argued by the Materialist, with some degree of strength, that the healthy man does not dream, This is, perhaps, true, in a way, but the whole man comprises the past, present, and future.
You should suspend judgment until you have made sure that all of the premises from which you argue to your conclusions are sound and accurate.
So the therapists and psychiatrists poked at their victims and invented names for things they didn’t understand, and argued over the shrines of Freud and Klein and the old Astrologers.
I could not accept such an overwhelming idea as he suggested; so, with an attempt to argue of which I was even at the moment ashamed, I said:-- "She may have been placed here since last night."
Here they stood and argued behind some enormous "properties."
I may argue within myself, that if I had a deposit at a banking-house, the manners of Mr. Micawber, as representing that banking-house, would inspire confidence, and must extend the connexion.
I described the Heat-Ray to them, and they began to argue among themselves.
Only an extended effort-first convincing the priests, then getting them to argue until the Gods believed them-would be successful."
Red Whale had great fun listening to the Wreckers arguing above him.
The priests continued to argue below.
But Robert argued out the question in his cold, logical way, his blue eyes fixed uncompromisingly upon his brother's face. "
I saw a note this morning from Mr. Letterblair to Mamma saying that he was going to Washington tomorrow for the big patent case that he was to argue before the Supreme Court.