dissention


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dissention

(dɪˈsɛnʃən)
n
a variant spelling of dissension
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The dissention within the group is not new; however, the post-30 June Revolution mass dissension was a severe blow to the group.
Summary: Bengaluru/NewDelhi [India] August 13 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday said that senior Janata Dal (United) (JD (U)) leader Sharad Yadav is unable to come to terms with the recent alliance forged with the saffron party, adding the reason behind his dissention is unclear.
"We see that they are having setbacks, we see that there is some dissention in the ranks.
Justice Faisal Arab while announcing the decision remarked " decision has been given on the basis of majority judges decision while one judge has included note of dissention in his decision.
It's a very critical and dangerous stage." The statement called on Syria's Druze to be vigilant amid attempts to sow dissention. "Be wise and don't be drawn into fighting," it said.
According to NEPRA, tariff of Northern Power Generation Company has been increased by 30 paisa per unit and production tariff of Jamshoro and Muzaffargarh poser units has been decreased from Paisas 36 to paisas 42 per unit Increase in tariff has been approved with effect from October, 15 while member NEPRA, Maqbool Khawaja put note of dissention on the increase in tariff.
After the elections last June, none of the grand ayatollahs were reported to have sent messages of congratulations to President Ahmadi-nejad, an absence that was widely seen as a sign of dissention--the kind of dissention that Khamenehi is presumably seeking to deal with on this trip to Qom.
"If it's not really a resounding victory there could be much dissention."