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Analysis of Debate: how to never run out of arguments

Case
— a set of facts or arguments that support one side in a trial, a discussion, etc.
Motion
— a
suggestion made, discussed, and voted on at a meeting.
Objective
— something that you are trying to achieve.
Clash
— an argument between two people or groups of people who have different beliefs and ideas.
Value
— the importance or worth of something for someone.

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