Dissenting [verb]

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The city is disappointed with the majority decision, but agrees with the well-written and well-reasoned dissent.

The report also said that the importance of China’s market had been overshadowed by political factors, such as the persecution of Uighurs in Xinjiang, the oppression of dissent in Hong Kong, and the rise of pugnacious “wolf warrior” diplomats.

The state prevailed here over dissent from the Supreme Court’s liberals.

No longer was my work a radical dissent from the mainstream.

I’m not expressing assent or dissent with the morality of that position.

Barrett said her dissent emphasized that those currently receiving benefits were not affected by the rule.

The dissent with Vizio is purely related to the use of their data asset and its relevance to clients and partners.

She wrote a biting dissent in April, when the court voted 5 to 4 to stop some of the accommodations federal judges had allowed for Wisconsin primary voters because of the pandemic.

Already three members on the court—Associate Justices Neil Gorsuch, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas—have signaled they would have granted relief to Catholic Social Services in a dissent to an earlier order the court had issued.

The greatest dissents do become court opinions and gradually over time their views become the dominant view.