difference of opinion

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It is satisfactory to know that there can be no difference of opinion upon this case, since Mr.
A difference of opinion had arisen between herself and Mrs.
However, it said those talks were now over following a "significant difference of opinion on value with a key stakeholder".
In an address at the inauguration ceremony of Dawood University's Institute of Health Management, the governer said that earlier due to difference of opinion the nation was unable to support the army wholeheartedly but this incident has united all and given them courage to finally get rid of terrorism.
We had difference of opinion from time to time about Aston Villa but he was a good friend SIR DOUG ELLIS The former Grand National jockey was in charge of the club during its most successful period in modern times, culminating in the European Cup triumph in 1982.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif has said difference of opinion is the beauty of democracy which should be aimed at country's development and people's betterment.
Imran Khan has sacked PTI President Javed Hashmi from his party due to difference of opinion, he added.
However, in some cases there was a difference of opinion between investigating officers, who said a case may be made out, and senior officers who over- ruled their recommendation and directed the closure of the probe.
There is a substantial difference of opinion between women and men: Half of women favor banning trans fats in restaurants compared with just 37 percent of men.
Under extremely intricate political circumstances, difference of opinion substantiated by arguments among different society strata and even within families has reached its peak against the intensive campaigning of the two presidential rivals.
New Delhi, June 7 ( ANI ): Congress leader Rashid Alvi on Thursday said there is no difference of opinion between the ruling party and the Trinamool Congress (TMC), saying the two political outfits are on the same page on issues of national concern.
The pair had a public difference of opinion over the fly-half's ankle problem last week, Cockerill describing his counterpart's open discussion about former Newcastle Falcon Flood at a press conference as "very unhelpful.
12), he must recognise that our polite difference of opinion arises out of his choice, not mine, to remain outside of the mainstream education system on religious grounds.
This is a new reality," and it is one where tolerating a difference of opinion is not enough.
Sobti resigned after just over a year in the post citing a difference of opinion on strategy, as the drugmaker's second-quarter results beat analysts' forecasts.