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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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6 I resolve to help my employees 0 follow a rewarding career path.
Loyal readers resolve to keep Yours Truly informed of all provocative, engaging or otherwise scandalous goings-on in 2013.
Mediation cannot resolve issues that fall beyond the parties' scope of authority.
Quest has been the leading innovator in application performance management for over four years and was the original architect of the 'detect, diagnose, resolve methodology,' an approach that is now being adopted by other APM vendors as the industry standard," said John Newsom, vice president, APM solutions, Quest Software.
This program was a creative, but failed, initiative designed to resolve unagreed-on issues at all levels of the audit/appeals/litigation process, in one effort.
Another feature of the program is that the process is relatively fast, with the goal being to resolve issues under the fast track program within 120 days.
It is important that clients and staff are confident that the agency possesses a proactive willingness to resolve disputes as they arise.
I resolve to call 911 if I see someone I think is driving drunk
We are struggling to resolve all issues beside to think about jurisdiction of deptt who is actually responsible to resolve these issues, those issues which are in jurisdiction we will resolve these on as soon as possible',Chaimran told.
ISLAMABAD -- Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, Syed Khursheed Shah on Wednesday said that Opposition always tried to resolve issues in the parliament as it was the right forum for resolving issues.
Joe Paterno and Penn State University resolve to revamp their priorities.
Resolve to look to the past year and assess the good things which have happened and then resolve to repeat them.