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consensus

(kŏn-sĕn′sĭs) [L. “agreement”]
Agreement, esp. universal agreement.
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He called on all political parties and the forces to actively participate in the dialogue with the view to reach a national concensus on the issues of concern to the country.
He said the Coalition Governmnet had handed over money for the repair work, and there has been a cross-party concensus on it being fixed "from day one".
I think that's the general concensus in football at the moment - based on their performances over the past 12 months.
We wonder how much Bjorn is scarred by his experience at Royal St George's last year when, by popular concensus, he handed victory to Ben Curtis.
But Mr Cameron's call for a concensus on education can only have confirmed his prejudices.
The concensus among jockeys was that the going was on the soft side, Pat Eddery reporting that it was "definitely riding soft" and Jimmy Quinn describing it as "soft, testing ground", adding that it would become worse in the event of any overnight rain.
because of its nuclear program required a wider international concensus.
The concensus assumes that large industrial users will benefit most from competition," said John Wadsworth, an attorney with Brown Rudnick's Energy Practice Group and moderator of today's panel.
The common concensus among League One insiders says Tranmere punched above their weight in sustaining a challenge for a play-off spot until the final game of the campaign last week.
That being something of a concensus view, it should be some time, perhaps a very long time, before Worcester are seen in this league again.
The general concensus is that this black and grey number is an eyesore, although it's nothing new for a Liverpool away kit to come in for some stick.