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Isam Al-Bashir, the Chairman of the Islamic Jurisprudence Academy, expressed outright support for the Operation Determination Storm, calling it a step towards restoration of legitimacy in Yemen.
In February 2013, 33 percent supported gay marriage, 42 percent supported civil unions and the percentage of Catholics who expressed outright opposition to both dropped from 28 percent in 2012 to 17 percent in 2013 (n=185, margin of error +/- 7.
Less than one-quarter of respondents expressed outright support for a National Harbor casino.
Panetta expressed outright frustration with the Pakistani leadership and the safe havens they provide the Taliban in the Northwest Frontier province, especially the Haqqani network.
But the republican presidential hopeful is not the only one among the republican candidates who expressed outright support for a US military action against Iran to halt its nuclear program, or expressing extreme anti-Palestinian views that deny them any prospect of establishing their own state as the official US policy currently hold, or as stipulated by the successive Israeli governments.
Coventry has expressed outright opposition to HS2 Phase One - a line from London to Birmingham, which could be up and running by 2026.
But the CHC report said, 'It is fair to say that one or two people - and we emphasis one or two - expressed a modicum of support for the document, the remainder have expressed outright condemnation of the recommendations.
The cardinal initially expressed outright support for the Conservative leader, Michael Howard, who has advocated a reduction in the time limit to 20 weeks' gestation, but rescinded this support almost immediately after widespread opposition to any religious interference in the election.
Only 8% expressed outright opposition to the measure.
While very few customers surveyed in the report expressed outright dissatisfaction over either the type or quantity of interactions they have with insurers or agents, almost 40 percent of non-life insurance customers switched providers in the last five years.
Bridget Blow, president of Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry, expressed outright disappointment.