n.1.One who bandies words or is very argumentative.
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Did she know that Ross Murray, the 1500m runner, is from Gateshead Harriers, or is she too occupied with her own special brand of chop-logic to notice?
All of which is like trying to get sunbeams out of cucumbers, and other Royal Society chop-logic so brilliantly exposed by Jonathan Swift in Gulliver's Travels--ah, the many benefits of reading literature
The reasons why the Hanoverian Throne was able to withstand the horror of Regicide France and the chop-logic of radicals like Tom Paine are the same why the Windsor Monarchy will survive the antics of self-appointed (or sometimes elected) 'reformers' of the Monarchy whose real desire is to reform it to extinction.