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Not like New York, that never expresses an opinion until a sort of consensus has sweated up to the surface.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
It is a fact implied in the consensus of the various parts of the social body.
The consensus of classical opinion, then, agrees that the purpose of rhetoric is persuasive public speaking.
A consensus of the opinions of antiquarians is that the Swastika had no foothold among the Egyptians.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
Why, it would have taxed to the uttermost the experience and resources of any one among themselves, was the consensus of opinion.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
From the opening sessions of the congress there had been a general consensus of opinion as to this course.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The consensus of divinatory meanings is on the side of change, as the cards do not deal especially with questions of money.
Many do not even read for themselves but rely upon the weight of noted names, or the supposed "consensus of scholarship."
THE OTHER SIDE OF EVOLUTIONALEXANDER PATTERSON
But Dr. Schliemann's great discoveries have overthrown that "consensus of scholarship."
THE OTHER SIDE OF EVOLUTIONALEXANDER PATTERSON
The prices obtained, though variable, represent a consensus of opinion, and may be considered as standards.

WORDS RELATED TO CONSENSUS GENTIUM

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