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.
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Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Later, he asks from his potential followers the same level of resoluteness.
Back to Chinese resilience, patience, persistence and resoluteness. Two events involving China were remarkable and changed modern history.
Ipswich: "Town's strength in recent seasons, certainly under Mick McCarthy, has been their resoluteness in defence, but they have been caught out a number of times at set-pieces this season.
resoluteness * more resty, meaningrestive in the old sense, inactive, before it reversed to mean a synonymof the due
For generations, inhabitants of this wheat-growing region developed a combination of resoluteness, steadfastness, devotion to the community, and ever-present modesty.
The Iranian official's remarks came two days after US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter criticized Persian Gulf Arab states for what he believed is their lack of resoluteness to engage in on-ground developments in Syria, Iraq, and other troubled areas in the Middle East.
Heidegger expands on this with the concept of resoluteness and couches this term in repetition.
Maliki saluted the resilient people of Amerli, heaping praises on their resoluteness and steadfastness demonstrated in the face of criminals.
The second half was a goalless affair, but this was in no small part down to the defensive resoluteness shown by SFX who kept their opponents at bay superbly and ensured they would get their hands on the trophy.
Unless Solskjaer quickly restructures his defence and midfield, and develops a resoluteness to the team, you wouldn't rule out more Bluebirds batterings in some of those 11 games left.
A large category was obtained after data analysis, which was called Strategies used by nurses that support the inclusion of the dialogic leadership in hospitals, being this composed of the following elements: dialogue, humility, setting an example, resoluteness, meetings and teamwork.
The Saddlers' resoluteness defied free-scoring Orient, the only side with a 100 per cent record in the country going into the match, having won eight out of eight.