• (adj): Acting together as a single undiversified whole.
    Synonyms: solid
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Some articles on unanimous:

Hiroyuki Takaya - Kickboxing Record
... Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes Loss 0-3 Hiroki Shishido Decision (unanimous) Shootboxing 2013 - Act 2 02013-04-20April 20, 2013 Tokyo, Japan Loss 0-2 Yuya Yamamoto ...
Antoine Jaoude - Mixed Martial Arts Record
... World Grand Prix Semifinals 02007-11-03November 3, 329 ... Win 7-2 Dan Christison Decision (unanimous) IFL - Chicago 02007-05-19May 19, 400 ... Win 6-2 Wayne Cole KO (punch) IFL - Los Angeles 02007-03-17Ma ...
... When unanimous, everybody is of the same mind and acting together as one ... Many groups consider unanimous decisions a sign of agreement, solidarity, and unity ... Unanimity may be assumed explicitly after a unanimous vote or implicitly by a lack of objections ...
Ricky Hatton Vs. Manny Pacquiao - Undercard
... Daniel Jacobs* Michael Walker Middleweight (10 rounds) Unanimous decision ... Erislandi Lara Chris Gray Junior middleweight (4 rounds) Unanimous decision ... Non-TV bouts Matthew Hatton Ernesto Zepeda Welterweight (6 rounds) Unanimous decision ...
Unanimous Decision
... A unanimous decision is a winning criterion in several full-contact combat sports, such as boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, mixed martial arts and others sports ... A decision isn't required to be unanimous for a boxer to be given a victory ... A unanimous decision is also sometimes referred to as a "win on points" ...

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