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Another way of saying "it could be argued"

Discussion in 'Assignments, Dissertations & Exams (Midwifery)' started by Growlie, Dec 4, 2010.

  1. Growlie

    Growlie Well-Known Member

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    I'm so bored of writing this phrase... what other options do you use to introduce an idea?
  2. AutumnMaple

    AutumnMaple Well-Known Member

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    On the other hand????
  3. AutumnMaple

    AutumnMaple Well-Known Member

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    Not very essay-y tho
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    Hoping Active Member

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  6. Iris

    Iris RM Staff Member

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    It has been asserted

    Evidence shows

    According to Bloggs
  7. Tesni

    Tesni Well-Known Member

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    an alternative interpretation could be; another hypothesis is; it could also be argued; however; another viewpoint is; ........ still thinking........
  8. Butterfly

    Butterfly Guest

    'it could be said that...'

    'Alternatively'

    '...in direct contrast to...'

    xx
  9. Iris

    Iris RM Staff Member

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    However Smith argues
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