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We appreciate President Trump`s assessment, but pardon is not necessary. The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Muhammad Ali`s 1971 conviction in a unanimous decision. There is no conviction that requires a pardon. Ninety-nine per cent of them looked at what we, as attorneys general, were unanimous (and) of our jurisdiction for. It was cartel and data protection issues, one percent of the conversation, bias was discussed. If a group or decision is unanimously adopted, it means that everyone fully agrees. Imagine letting the students of the second grade vote on what to serve at lunch: pizzas and sweets would be the unanimous choice! With a unanimous effort, we shredded the action devices and released them. "Unanimously." Merriam-Webster.com thesaurus, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/unanimous. Access 2 Dec 2020. The Senate has a unanimous precedent between the parties on when it will deal with issues such as witnesses in the middle of the trial.
In the middle of the trial. The French will never be terrible until they agree. It is striking that the vote on the closure of the stock exchange was not unanimous. This whole regime is now dead because of this agreement. Obama will now go to the Security Council to make almost totally irrelevant what Congress is doing, they will go to the UN in a few days. They will pass a resolution. Approval of the agreement is likely to be unanimous and part of that resolution will be to repeal all previous sanctions resolutions and declare the Iranian program illegal. What prompted you to do a search unanimously? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible). The decision to follow him was adopted unanimously and unanimously. During his candidacy for the fifa presidency, Gianni Infantino received unanimous and unanimous support, and he is convinced that he is the best candidate to head the World Football Federation. unanimity, unanimity, consensus, undivided, coherent, concerted The unanimous adjective comes from the same Latin word unanimus, which means "a spirit." So if people think unanimously, they all have the same idea in mind. A vote is unanimous, if all voters agree.
Marcus Cicero said, "The power is great, the authority of a Senate that is unanimous in its opinions." I agree with the unanimous opinion of those who congratulated you on your brilliant and courageous speech on the night of 6 December, because they had little knowledge of the verdict of the polls. There was no doubt that the atmosphere was unanimous. We pronounce the decision as the unanimous opinion of all judges.