Here there could be no mistaking the predominance of personality—the unanimous "Oh!" of the spectators was a tribute, not to the brush-work of Reynolds’s "Mrs.
Not that I don’t like Mattie Gormer—I DO like her: she’s kind and honest and unaffected; and don’t you suppose I feel grateful to her for making me welcome at a time when, as you’ve yourself seen, my own family have unanimously washed their hands of me?"
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It was a unanimous decision.
The chairperson encouraged the committee to come up with a statement they could agree to unanimously.