consensus

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  • Agreement on particular issues is often reached using a consensus decision making process.
  • After more than two years, a consensus had still not been reached.
  • However, the majority consensus will likely be of different opinion due to this fact.
  • To date, however, there has been no consensus on a new name for the territory.
  • The authority figure could be parents, family, a religious official, or a group consensus.
  • No consensus has yet emerged about the degree or direction of influence between these two sites.
  • Yet despite this, some elements of the post-war consensus continued.
  • The consensus decision-making process often has several roles designed to make the process run more effectively.
  • The consensus decision-making process often has several roles designed to make the process run more effectively.
  • Consensus among scholars has not been reached on the multiple source view.
  • Following his senior year, he was also selected as a consensus first-team All-American\.
  • Following his senior year, he was also selected as a consensus first-team All-American\.
  • It also reflected a lack of consensus among senior members of the royal family.
  • Lee was named a consensus All-American for the third time in his four-year career.
  • Important social and financial decisions are made by the community as a whole using consensus decision-making.
  • With them, his independence sometimes extended to his choice of actors, often going against consensus.
  • Green theory has championed consensus decision making as best it can be done.
  • During his senior year, he was named a team captain and a consensus first-team All-American.
  • During his senior year, he was named a team captain and a consensus first-team All-American.
  • No consensus was reached, and indeed the text has not survived to the present.
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Meaning of consensus

  • noun Agreement in the judgment or opinion reached by a group as a whole
    the lack of consensus reflected differences in theoretical positions, those rights and obligations are based on an unstated consensus