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DTA--"drop the argument"--means that as a consequence of a theory violation, a particular argument should be rejected.

DTD--"drop the debater"--similar, meaning that it should be a voting issue, not just a reason to reject a particular argument.

RANT--"reject the argument, not the team"--usually how you'll hear it in policy because there's a team of debaters rather than "the debater" (which is used in Lincoln-Douglas).

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