argle

argle

(ˈɑːɡəl)
vb
to argue or dispute (about)
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In those days Birmingham had top judges, Sir Michael Argle QC, the Recorder of Birmingham, Malcolm Potter and Gilbert Griffiths.
Judges Gilbert Griffiths and the Recorder of Birmingham, Michael Argle QC, handed out severe sentences of seven years as a starting point for burglary.
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ARGLE: We have embraced the billable hour and consider it an access-to-justice tool if you do it correctly.
Marcus, Deeply Rooted Principles of Equal Liberty, Not "Argle Bargle": The Inevitability of Marriage Equality after Windsor, 23 Tul.
The Grade II listed Blackwell Grange Hotel near Darlington in County Durham is part of the Forestdale Hotels Group - one of four companies owned by Plymouth Argle football club chairman James Brent which have folded since Christmas.
Argle's flair players - Hungarian Akos Buzsaky and former City loanee Lilian Nalis - enjoyed far more time on the ball than they might have had the Irishman been snapping at their heels.
Argle claimed that holes supervene on their material hosts, and that every truth about holes boils down to a truth about perforated things.
Beyond the plantation is another of Tobago's tourist attractions, Argle Falls.
IMAGINE the heartbreak of Amanda Peak as she gets used to life without her two young sons, killed when Plymouth Argle goalkeeper Luke McCormack's Range Rover ploughed into their vehicle as he sped along the M6 after drinking.
Normal sentences for burglary from the Recorder of Birmingham, Sir Michael Argle, or Judge Gilbert Griffiths, were seven years and life for three consecutive sentences.