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consensus

(kŏn-sĕn′sĭs) [L. “agreement”]
Agreement, esp. universal agreement.
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THE CONCENSUS CONSTRUCTION FORECAST PANEL EXPECTS OVERALL NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION TO RISE 3.
This was the concensus of my West Midlands companions aboard 28,338-tonne Black Watch as we cruised the Baltic.
There is wide-ranging debate about the best time to neuter cats, with the general concensus being around six months.
Given events we simply parts of the July 2010 better-than-expected reports series: 82% of 179 companies included in S&P 500 index that reported till July 12 have output results higher than the concensus forecasts of analysts.
He said NFC is part of Constitution and was passed with concensus of four provinces and the Center.
The fact the sides have already met five times this season doesn't add to the wow factor and there's a concensus it will be as one-sided as the race Big Buck's won at Cheltenham.
TESTS on allergy-friendly supermarket "free from" snacks - including Sainsbury's Jaffa Cakes and Asda muffins - found they have up to six times more salt than standard ones, said Concensus Action on Salt.
Moreover, this week concensus opinion on--euro area GDP has been revised up slightly further including Q3 estimate from 0.
By general concensus, Agar is a good coach, but a coach who doesn't seem to be blessed with much luck.
In a break with the cross-party concensus on the conflict, Mr Clegg said the Government was not enusring that British soldiers are being given the proper equipment.
Concensus seems to hold that he was born in Cappadocia, an area which is now Turkey, around 280 AD.