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# Indicators

### Argument and Relationship indicators

TermDefinition
because premise indicator
since premise indicator
for premise indicator
for example premise indicator
for the reason that premise indicator
in that premise indicator
given that premise indicator
as indicated by premise indicator
due to premise indicator
owing to premise indicator
this can be seen from premise indicator
we know this by premise indicator
thus conclusion indicator
therefore conclusion indicator
hence conclusion indicator
consequently conclusion indicator
as a result conclusion indicator
so conclusion indicator
accordingly conclusion indicator
clearly conclusion indicator
must be that conclusion indicator
shows that conclusion indicator
conclude that conclusion indicator
follows that conclusion indicator
but counter-argument indicator
yet counter-argument indicator
however counter-argument indicator
on the other hand counter-argument indicator
in contrast counter-argument indicator
although counter-argument indicator
even though counter-argument indicator
still counter-argument indicator
whereas counter-argument indicator
in spite of counter-argument indicator
despite counter-argument indicator
after all counter-argument indicator
all quantity indicator
every quantity indicator
most quantity indicator
many quantity indicator
some quantity indicator
several quantity indicator
few quantity indicator
sole quantity indicator
only quantity indicator
not all quantity indicator
none quantity indicator
must probability indicator
will probability indicator
always probability indicator
not always probability indicator
probably probability indicator
likely probability indicator
would probability indicator
not necessarily probability indicator
could probability indicator
rarely probability indicator
never probability indicator
entails that conclusion indicator
wherefore conclusion indicator
we may infer that conclusion indicator
implies that conclusion indicator
may be inferred from premise indicator
seeing that premise indicator
inasmuch as premise indicator
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