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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We encourage USTR to fully and resolutely pursue the dispute settlement process.
Besides, there is something resolutely human, even striving, about this choir's alchemic timbre.
During her 60 years at the helm of The Washington Ballet, Mary Day resolutely carried the company forward, gaining for it a national identity.
On the other hand, if young people know that the community which they are joining resolutely opposes dissent, they will be eager to join the battle on the right side, because young people are idealistic and are drawn to undertake difficult tasks in a noble cause.
The problem with the "Vortex" paintings is that they read as resolutely flat (tornadoes, of the sort in Salle's native Kansas that are said to have inspired them, usually happen in level places).
Sutherland Lyall strides forward resolutely into the cyber New Year.
Those who claim to lead the masses,' wrote Gandhi, 'must resolutely refuse to be led by them.
Jefferson believed in local control, nullification, and secession, and would have resolutely opposed the "incorporation doctrine" associated with modern interpretations of the 14th Amendment.
While resolutely abandoning photography (as symbolic of her ability to feel and grieve), she has also been pressured to baby-sit a little boy whose mother is confined to a mental hospital.
The only pity is that this year's Open isn't being held at Muirfield, home of the resolutely men only Honorary Company of Edinburgh Golfers.
However, the choice of available properties is still 16pc higher than last year, indicating resolutely restrained market conditions.
For all the sturm und drang that has crashed around the stock options expensing issue, the FASB is sailing resolutely ahead.