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consensus

(kŏn-sĕn′sĭs) [L. “agreement”]
Agreement, esp. universal agreement.
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But the consenus is that despite the high cost of running these schemes, they can generate real loyalty--the challenge is how to optimise it.
It is the general consenus that martyrs hate democracy, and are crazies--this is not true," says Scott Atran, a scientist in Paris and at the University of Michigan.
There was no official `retirement' age as such but there was a consenus among ancient writers that after the age of sixty a man could, if he so chose, retire honourably from public life.
While various stores in the Saks chain, including Saks Fifth Avenue and Younker's, sell Relativity women's and Consenus men's clothing, no other stores in the Northwest carry the brands, said Peter Realmuto, Emporium's executive vice president of merchandising.
This juvenile shaped with promise on his debut at Ripon in August, chasing the leaders and staying on gamely to go down by three lengths to Consenus.
Cynically ascribing the worst motives possible, she suggests the Holy See's efforts at various UN conferences to solve problems in the light of reason and the Gospel are really attempts to delay consenus on global issues out of a cowering fear of feminism.
He also believes much could be gained by bringing these potential members inside the tent and attempting to forge consenus before lobbying on issues such as RESPA.
For both Christian and non-Christian Anishnaabeg, the symbolism of the church may be not about identification with one religious system or another, but about identity itself And the reclamation of Anishnaabe identity on Manitoulin is an ongoing journey, the character and outcome of which will only be determined by the Anishnaabeg themselves--perhaps in consenus, perhaps in factionalism--but always, on their own terms, in their own time, and in their own sense of place.
101) The historian Paul Schroeder recently has bucked the consenus among historians and argued that the "essential power relations were hegemonic, not balanced, and a hegemonic distribution of power, along with other factors, made the system work.