A multi-reason argument is an argument with more than one reason or objection for a single contention.
A counter-argument to a reason is an objection to that reason's contention, and vice versa.
A dispute is an argument in which there are both reasons and objections bearing upon a single contention.
Strange bedfellows: Two premises are strange bedfellows if they are diagrammed as co-premises in one reason when in fact they belong to completely different reasons.
Stranded co-premises: Two premises are stranded from each other when they in fact belong together as part of one reason but are diagrammed as belonging to separate reasons.
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