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with one voice

Unanimously; in total agreement. Yes, the entire committee made that decision with one voice. The only way we'll convince our senators to change the laws is if we all stand together and speak with one voice.
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with one voice

Unanimously, in complete agreement, as in The board rejected the proposal with one voice. [Late 1300s] For synonyms, see as one; to a man.
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with ˌone ˈvoice

(of a group of people) in complete agreement: It’s very rare to find the unions and management speaking with one voice, but on the question of safety at work there is total agreement.
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with one voice

In complete agreement; unanimously.
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With One Voice offers the hopeful and powerful message that once we see with the eyes of a mystic, there is no problem we cannot solve.
Pascal Lamy, the WTO director general and former EU trade commissioner, recently warned about the risk of the EU becoming irrelevant if it failed to speak with one voice. "If one European takes the floor, and then another European...
That is why we are here today, speaking with one voice." "We should bear in mind that if we do nothing and the process drags on, the real estate market could decline, necessitating even more development to support the public space," senator Connor pointed out.
The call to be Yahweh's "treasured possession" is undergirded by the gospel message at the very beginning of Yahweh's call to Israel, "You have seen what I did to the Egyptians ..." (see With One Voice #770).
One Voice, written by Ruth Moody, provides a perfect introduction, beginning with one voice and concluding with the lines: This is the sound of voices three, singing together in harmony, surrendering to the mystery, this is the sound of voices three.
Having to speak with one voice has involved some change, as the chief executives of ACLI member companies have changed.
In his remarks, the top Fed staffer--rightly or wrongly--left the impression that to improve communication with markets, he would prefer the entire voting membership of the FOMC speak with one voice. The only problem: Reinhart unintentionally left the impression that the voting membership outside of the Chairman is largely irrelevant.
I do not expect nor wish for our entire community to speak with one voice. No group in this country does.
Although the recycling industry has a tough time speaking with one voice, on this point it should speak in unison: Recycling is not a fad practiced by a handful of eco-warriors, but a major component of many manufacturing industries and a vital part of the American economy.
In an interview with the Italian newspaper Corierre della Serra, Berlusconi stated: "We are firmly convinced that the future of our country lies in a Europe that is stronger and knows how to speak with one voice and knows how to follow up economic integration with political integration, with a new constitution."
"We speak with one voice in our demand for tough campaign finance reform.
"It is extremely important that the Catholic and Jewish traditions have come together to speak with one voice on the sanctity of life as it relates to this crucial issue."
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