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The council also unanimously approved a resolution to promote “health in all policies,” including requiring county agencies and nonprofits to specify how much of their funding goes toward promoting health.

Metro board members unanimously approved service cuts and a buyout plan Thursday aimed at avoiding as many layoffs as possible as the transit agency faces a $176 million budget shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The second came in the 1970s when the group published a series of books on Lie groups and Lie algebras that is “unanimously considered a masterpiece,” Chambert-Loir said.

The commission unanimously agreed to launch an advisory subcommittee to find the agency’s next executive director.

The team voted unanimously for McLaurin to fill the captainship that became vacant when safety Landon Collins suffered a season-ending Achilles’ injury and was placed on injured reserve.

Editorial and political cartoon pages from throughout the world almost unanimously came to the same conclusion.

Boehner was unanimously selected by the conference as its official nominee for speaker in the coming Congress.

Congress unanimously passed a bill to make Bernardo de Galvez an honorary citizen of the United States in 2014.

Overall, the study team thinks the bears are doing peachy and voted unanimously to delist them.

Afterward, Republicans, who unanimously supported the pipeline, seemed unfazed.

The general assembly of Corsica, consisting of 1,009 delegates, unanimously expelled the Bonaparte family.

Unanimously it was resolved to act together and to make a common defence.

The commissioners were unanimously of opinion it was a good fifteen-penny copy of the defendant's countenance.

I was unanimously recalled, and—to be grandiloquent—received with applause that made the welkin ring.

Dr. Franklin was then unanimously chosen Postmaster-General.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unanimously, such as: collectively, commonly, consistently, universally, agreeingly, and all together.

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