of one mind


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See: consensual
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He is currently CEO of One Mind for Research, a non-profit organisation that brings together healthcare providers, researchers and academics to cure brain disorders.
BE of one mind, live in peace, and the God of love and peace shall be with you.
The Christian tradition has always been cautious about interest and for many centuries it was Very much of one mind with the Islamic tradition, but after the 16th century that changed," Williams, the leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion, said at a media conference in London.
I think most people will be of one mind that the situation has to be reversed.
Quite different from each other in style, they stand reassuringly of one mind about the future of the repertoire.
Experts tend to be of one mind when talking about osteoporosis prevention, stressing a nutritious diet that includes enough calcium and vitamin D as well as weight-bearing exercise.
Meanwhile, the bishops do not seem to be of one mind.
CATHOLICS IN THE UNITED STATES ARE CLEARLY NOT OF ONE mind on abortion, nor are they generally comfortable with the use of ecclesiastical authority to police the boundaries of the Catholic community.
DR ROBYN Lewis sees nothing startling in seeing Wales leaving the United Kingdom and solving all problems on our own ( Letters, January 24), but our Assembly has proved Wales is not of one mind, as daily arguments show.
While white Southerners were never of one mind about black education, they did agree that it should produce a compliant and efficient work force and never "over-educate.