Resolution

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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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However, democratisation has neither been an easy nor a quick process but it definitely needed uncompromising resoluteness.
So why does it continue to leave that iconic symbol of Bahrain's resoluteness and survival, the Tree of Life, in such a squalid state?
A certain resoluteness, a new found resilience and an attitude which was hitherto missing in Indian sides was now seen in abundance.
Heidegger and authenticity; from resoluteness to releasement.
And in order to confirm the resoluteness of the Saudi and Gulf position toward what is happening in Syria, Saudi Arabia pulled out its observers who were participating in the Arab mission in order to avoid being a false witness, especially after the efforts and tendencies of the head of the observers' team, Sudanese national Mohammed al-Dabi, became clear.
There could be no doubting England's resoluteness in defence, while man of the match Parker was their extra insurance in his efforts to deny Spain the chances their football deserved.
Some may see this lack of resoluteness as weakness, and, in fact, it can be very difficult for humanists to live within the boundaries of our limited knowledge and still act decisively.
LET'S STATE the most remarkable point first: The fourth Yokohama Triennale opened less than six months after the devastating March 11 earthquake, tsunami, and ensuing and ongoing nuclear crisis, a testament to the calm resoluteness with which not only the Japanese artistic community but the citizenry of the country in general handled the aftermath of the catastrophe.
Each of the sides tried to achieve the best possible outcome for itself since each party needs to answer to its public and its demands, Senior Hamas official, Osama Hamdan said on Tuesday, quoted in the newspaper 'Palestine' said that Israel's extreme position regarding the deal has become significantly more flexible in light of Hamas' resoluteness regarding its position and demands, Last week PNN reported that Hamas senior official Abu Marzouk believed that the internal situation in Israel, as protestors demanding social reforms continue to pile pressure on the government in the many 'tent cities' springing up around the country, will help bring around fertile ground for the renewal of the prisoner swap deal.
She deplores a lack of resoluteness in Washington, which fails to stand up for Taiwan, and she criticizes harshly our reluctance to sell more advanced arms to the island republic.
Most responses to the problem of peer disagreement fall somewhere on a line between skepticism--that disagreement requires at least one (or probably both) to weaken, modify, or abandon the belief--and resoluteness (to use Catherine Z.
There is a resoluteness that most of us probably could never understand, never fully come to grips with, unless we were born and raised under similar circumstances.