Decided

  • (adj): Recognizable; marked.
    Synonyms: distinct

Some articles on decided:

Eric Heffer - Ministerial Office
... Wilson, reluctant to cause trouble with the left-wing, decided not to sack him on the grounds that he was inexperienced ... The Cabinet decided on 18 March to endorse a vote to stay in the EEC, but Wilson decided to allow individual Ministers to make speeches against membership in the country ...
Karamlish - History - The Destruction of Nader Shah
... During the wars between the Persian and Ottoman Empires, Nader Shah of Persia decided in 1732 to attack and occupy Mesopotamia ... This angered Nader Shah who decided in 1743 to go himself with 300,000 soldiers and 390 cannons ... He decided to bomb Karamlish before entering it ...
John Runnings
... His father, who now had several children to care for alone, decided, as John put it, to "farm out" most of the children to relatives ... After the war he decided to join his brother, who lived in Seattle, Wa ... this plan failed because John's partner decided to drop out of the plan and keep the boat entirely for his own after John had done most of the repairs himself ...
John Davies (businessman) - Trade and Industry
... (a vital defence contractor) ran into financial difficulties early in 1971, it was decided that the government should help by bailing it out ... The workers at the yard, led by Communist shop stewards, decided to hold a 'work-in' when they occupied the yard and continued production ... In February 1972 the government changed its policy and decided to retain three of the four shipyards at a cost of £35 million, although Davies knew they would never operate on a commercial basis ...
2007 Reasons Of The Supreme Court Of Canada - Reasons
... Case name Argued Decided x Case name Argued Decided 2 ... Case name Argued Decided 1 ... Case name Argued Decided 2 ... Case name Argued Decided Case name Argued Decided ...

Famous quotes containing the word decided:

    I cannot say to a person who suffers injustice, “Wait.” Perhaps you can. I can’t. And having decided that I cannot urge caution I must stand with him.
    Sandra “Casey” Cason (b. c. 1939)

    The question that’s probably uppermost in the child’s mind is: Why do my parents want to have a baby? Don’t they love me? And if they love me, why do they need another one? Aren’t I enough? Imagine for a minute yourself in a similar situation. Your husband comes home and says: “Honey I love you so much, I’ve decided to go get another wife so I can have two.” How would you feel?
    Lawrence Balter (20th century)

    when her husband came,
    complaining about the tobacco spit on him,
    they decided to run North
    for a free evening.
    Carole Gregory Clemmons (b. 1945)