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agued

(ˈeɪɡjuːd)
adj
of or relating to suffering from fever
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Stuart had earlier agued with one of Kerr's teammates.
chamber head of police Steven Leigh, said: "We are pleased to see that the committee has agued that there is a strong case for improving trans-Pennine links or building the northern legs of HS2 rst, both of which could be a better improving northern links, it is argued way of rebalancing the economy than building the southern leg of HS2.
All hurt behind: backs red, and faces pale With flight and agued fear
It is agued this measure is less arbitrary than other measures of stock market development [21].
Tarr agued the slump in state revenue growth could have been avoided if the governor had taken more action to cut business costs.
Yao Yang (2010) of Peking University has recently agued this this investment has very low rates of return.
When questioned by Leonard, we agued that it was difficult to understand how our report could upset the hostage negotiations.