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"After a week of back and forth, and forth and back over firearms, it's good to see a consensus developing on this common-sense amendment to keep handguns away from children." Herb Kohl
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"It was a very quick and strong consensus for Matt Doherty." Steve Orsini
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"It?s encouraging that we have some real consensus." Craig Johnson
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"He has done what a head of an independent agency should do. He's tried to obtain the consensus to move forward under the act, but he also agrees that the act has to be revamped and I look forward to getting his advice as we go forward." Ted Stevens
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Martin Luther King

"A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus." Martin Luther King
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"We are looking for a rise of 0.4 percent in the core index, in line with the consensus, and that could give the yen a lift." Kamal Sharma
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"Look for the U.S. to use a variety of strategies to try to veto consensus." David Doniger
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"Given the current outlook, we expect to modestly exceed the first quarter consensus estimate of $0.75 per share," Keith Sherin
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"A lack of consensus is likely to entrench the position of the hard line Sunni nationalists and strengthen their resolve to keep fighting." Jonathan Lindley
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"Don't run the consensus up, especially not in the first quarter." David George
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"Part of our task is to let a consensus emerge." Gene Orza
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"I think a consensus is emerging." Jack Reed
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Bob Melvin

"The consensus was that you don't have to take it easy on this guy, just let him go out and play. Now there's a pecking order as to where he plays in a game . . . but everybody that's spent some time with him and knows him says this guy can handle just about anything." Bob Melvin
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Bill Cowher

"The consensus was this was something that if we let it go he probably could have played this week, but the longer we went the risk of injury would increase and there is a chance he would be out for an extended period of time." Bill Cowher
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"From what I gather, they were split about equally. There was not a true consensus, but there was a much better understanding among both groups." Greg Power
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"We remain on track for your consensus earnings per share estimate for 2001, which is consistent with our longer term business model." John Joyce
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"The consensus in the industry is that (BT's) prices are unfavorable," Scott Smith
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"The consensus in the industry is that (BT's) prices are unfavorable." Scott Smith
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"I really can't say for sure what the consensus might be at this time. Obviously, the (landlord ordinance) is not a good one because it violates state law. I think we need to start off with that premise with anything we do." Councilman Pearlberg
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"The consensus was Mr. Meade is hands down a stud," Sean Callahan
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"The consensus is that the surgery is inevitable and must not be delayed." Saleem Altaf
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