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Public opinion polls and meetings with Congress members have demonstrated that a vocal majority of Americans are profoundly weary of war.
But the less vocal majority of Bahrainis also have a right to get on with their lives and we also have a responsibility to our F1 fans in the region.
An ever more vocal majority of seething supporters had publicly declared against him.
Musical entertainment will include performances by the internationally famous, World Champion, 100 voice Dallas Vocal Majority, The Spirited North Texas Caledonian Pipe and Drum Corp, The Dynamic Swing Machine dance band and a special appearance by country music legend Lee Greenwood.
But a poll by a fans' website suggests Little may still enjoy the backing of the less vocal majority.
A vocal majority of Blues supporters voiced their disapproval at the move but Bruce was unyielding and said he was looking at the bigger picture after Dunn's injury-ravaged campaign.
Next the Children's Chorus of Greater Dallas, 75 youngsters from the Dallas metro area, joined The Vocal Majority on stage.
Eriksson's stance over Rio Ferdinand may have ensured he remained on-side with the vocal majority of his players, especially the ring-leaders of the players' revolt.