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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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There's just one more thing," said Priscilla resolutely.
Blanche's self-possession, resolutely as she struggled to preserve it, was not strong enough to keep her eyes from turning toward Geoffrey with an expression which betrayed the reluctant interest that she now felt in him.
A first faint flush of color showed itself, stealing slowly over Mercy's face; but she still held resolutely by the good influence which Julian had left behind him.
Sophia could have no possible suspicion of any falsehood in this account: she therefore mounted resolutely behind the fellow, who conveyed her safe to a town about five miles distant, where she had the satisfaction of finding the good Mrs Honour: for, as the soul of the waiting-woman was wrapt up in those very habiliments which used to enwrap her body, she could by no means bring herself to trust them out of her sight.
Having refreshed herself only with some tea, and with lying about two hours on the bed, while her horses were getting ready, she resolutely left Mrs Whitefield's about eleven at night, and, striking directly into the Worcester road, within less than four hours arrived at that very inn where we last saw her.
she said to herself resolutely, shifting her seat in the lounge.
Bob paused, and then said, with defiant decision, as if resolutely turning his back on that paradisaic picture:
While Bob was speaking he laid down the sovereign, and resolutely twisted up his bag again.
President Erdoy-an stated that they will fight against terrorism resolutely.
Morocco is the "country of tolerance and the rule of law", which moves resolutely toward democracy in the framework of a "vision" and "peaceful evolution," said Peter Pham, Director the Africa Center in the Atlantic Council, a think tank based in Washington.
The minister's remarks came a day after army chief General Raheel Sharif's statement in which he had said that army would resolutely preserve its institutional pride and dignity.
He said that the country must resolutely reject formalism, bureaucratism, hedonism and extravagance, and resolutely fight against corruption and other misconduct in all manifestations.