The New Zealand flag is not a symbol of consensus.
They don't seek permission to be who they are or yearn for the deafening screech of consensus.
We don't have to come to any kind of consensus today, but if something is really troubling you, try it out.
Despite the lack of consensus on these topics, significant progress has been made on the harmonization of views concerning risk assessment.
The Commonwealth makes decisions by consensus.
We believe that people should decide by consensus.
Further, the Treaty, under Article 12(3), emphasizes that decision making in the EAC shall be by consensus.
That same year, Nellie Cournoyea became premier in the Northwest Territories after she was selected by consensus by members of the legislature.
But we need to discuss concretes and forge a meaningful plan, with consensus.
Brown says social policy should be built on consensus.
However, the Council has always maintained that secrecy is necessary to arrive at consensus and to preserve the collegiality and political independence of the individual Councillors.
Our forecasts for both the ISM and non-farm payrolls are below consensus, though -- given the volatility of both numbers -- not significantly so.
The Council shall continue to deliberate in this fashion until they come to one mind through consensus building.