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The jury was unanimous in their choice to award the prize to Midell.

Ginsburg did not argue the case, but wrote the brief that persuaded a unanimous court in 1971 to invalidate the state’s preference for males.

Five weeks later, it went before the City Council’s land use committee and got unanimous approval.

By unanimous vote Tuesday, the San Diego City Council set aside the funding for the scandalous smart streetlights program — which began as a means of saving energy and evolved into a police tool.

A unanimous court, led by Justice Antonin Scalia, disagreed and allowed the suit to proceed.

Sixteen have cleared the Judiciary Committee, 13 with unanimous support from members of both parties.

The jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict on 12 charges against Buckey.

The trade magazines are unanimous in their consensus that Sony Classics is on a roll.

Back in 2003, George W. Bush signed the Prison Rape Elimination Act,  passed with unanimous bipartisan support.

The findings were “unanimous on … all questions,” The New York Times inaccurately reported.

A consultation was held, and it was the unanimous opinion that they should keep on and join McNeil, if they could.

The testimony of literature throughout the ages was almost unanimous in its condemnation of giants.

According to the unanimous testimony of the chroniclers, the English host was struck with serious discouragement.

At this period, at least, the Filipinos were not unanimous in rejecting friars as parish priests.

My opinion would not at all affect the almost unanimous verdict, she replied calmly.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unanimous, such as: consistent, solid, unified, united, universal, and accepted.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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