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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • While he struggled to find a counterargument, Ron spoke up, evidently following his own train of thought.
  • They glared at each other; Harry knew that he had not convinced Hermione and that she was marshaling counterarguments, against both his theory on his wand and the fact that he was permitting himself to see into Voldemort’s mind.
  • Where we are opposed, as we surely will be, this must be the basis of all our counterarguments.

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  • When I listened to her speech I agreed with her, but then I heard his counterargument and now I’m leaning towards his position.
  • Keep an open mind until you’ve heard counterarguments.

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