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1, He argued persuasively, and was full of confidence.
2, He argued powerfully and persuasively against capital punishment.
3, They argue persuasively in favour of a total ban on handguns.
4, It was necessary, she told her persuasively, that she leave sanctuary for the time being.
5, His ring classicism has always argued so persuasively against excessive physical harm, his pride was beyond anything but a regal exit.
6, If we keep advocating our positions honestly, consistently, persuasively, we ultimately have a great effect.
7, The view is persuasively developed in the later portions of the book but without a sense of its controversial character.
8, Samuel argued strongly and persuasively in favour of a National as opposed to a purely Conservative Government, and considerably influenced a receptive King.
9, Iberian Motors executives could argue persuasively why foreign manufacturers should continue existing arrangements even in the absence of government requirements.
10, She does not succeed in persuasively outing the Don Juan / Superman with his diabolical red beard and Jaeger wool suits.
11, Putnam, persuasively loquacious, was always on the lookout for new adventures and new stories to publish.
12, This essay argues so persuasively.
13, The assessed presents ideas clearly and persuasively.
14, Students find that all historians argue reasonably and persuasively.
15, It argues , persuasively,[http://sentencedict.com/persuasively.html] that attempts to recreate a national manufacturing sector are senseless.
16, He speaks very persuasively but I feel in my bones that he is lying.
17, He spoke a very persuasively but I smelled a rat and refused his offer.
18, Inker persuasively argues that the next moves in the economy shouldn't actually matter too much to investors at all.
19, He spoke very persuasively but I felt in my bones that he was lying.
20, anyone who kisses the 'Blarney stone' is given the gift of speaking persuasively .
21, General managers and top executives also must be able to communicate clearly and persuasively with customers, subordinate managers, and others.
22, During this time you will have developed the personal credibility to communicate persuasively at top management level.
23, But in Carmichael's speeches and in his landmark 1967 book, Black Power: The Politics of Liberation in America, he persuasively argued that the term implied black inferiority.
24, Is exactly in American this so-called "mother of the democracy" in the country, persuasively has not realized the democracy fundamental rule.
25, While Rand was hardly the first philosopher to advocate an ethos of individualism, reason, and self-interest, no one formulated it as accessibly or persuasively as she did--or as passionately.
26, Mr Mandelbaum has been preaching the gospel of petrol a long time, and does so persuasively.
27, He looked very gentle and full of traditional bookishness. The first impression he gave us was that he was an ordinary person: urbane, persuasively and meek.
28, The stress formula of shaft wall is obtained , and an example is persuasively analyzed.
29, Rhetoric can be defined as the art of using language effectively and persuasively.
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