unanimous

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  • He lost his third consecutive match in a twelve round unanimous decision.
  • No serious opposition had appeared and he was confirmed by unanimous voice vote.
  • Robinson got up and took control over much of the fight, winning via unanimous decision.
  • However, all actions by the body were officially to be taken only after unanimous vote.
  • Fiorentino lost her first world title fight by a ten round unanimous decision.
  • For the rest of the fight, he kept it on the ground and won by unanimous decision.
  • In some states and under circumstances, the decision need not be unanimous.
  • The changes were made so that the bill could pass by unanimous consent.
  • He lost the twelve-round match by a unanimous decision from the judges.
  • He was knocked down in round two and lost by a unanimous decision after a five round war.
  • A unanimous victory indicates that the player received all possible first-place votes.
  • When unanimous, everybody is of the same mind and acting together as one.
  • It should be noted that Simon set great store on having a unanimous report.
  • Williams was a unanimous first-team all-district selection as a senior.
  • Because of this they should consider and treat each other as a society of a unanimous state.
  • In his final two seasons he was a unanimous All-American.
  • In his final two seasons he was a unanimous All-American.
  • The film received near-unanimous critical acclaim at the time and has held its reputation.
  • He was also recognized as a unanimous first-team All-American.
  • He was also recognized as a unanimous first-team All-American.
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