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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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This study used Lloyd's (1987) four-item measure of mutual solution which assessed the extent (1 = not at all, 7 = to a great extent) to which the conflict ended with compromise, making up, mutual apology, and resolving differences, which had a more acceptable reliability ([alpha] = .82).
He added that the proposed gas pipeline from Iran to Pakistan to India should be a "bridge of friendship" and a way for resolving issues, including Kashmir.
Robison concluded that Appeals' traditional role in resolving issues has not changed.
(1.) Ricketts SA, Murray EK and Schwaiberg R, Reducing low birthweight by resolving risks: results from Colorado's Prenatal Plus program, American Journal of Public Health, 2005, 95(11): 1952-1957.
Because it is confidential and private, mediation is not a good mechanism for resolving issues that will likely set precedent for other uninvolved parties.
Negotiators can state, "It seems that we are working toward resolving this.
A student's typical approach to resolving conflict was likely to influence whether that student would seek mediation.
Systemically, the family system began resolving issues with more rational discussion and with less verbal aggression.
And noted that if we are seen as a good partner then we can be in a position to perhaps assist nations in resolving their differences.
Mediation is especially effective in resolving disputes between schools and parents, such as special education issues and disciplinary situations, says Philip E.
There will be situations when a resident will insist on resolving a complaint with persons outside the facility.
The SAP explains the basis for the utility tax liability and the method (an accelerated audit procedure - AAP) of resolving this matter.