Some articles on resolve:
... allow the parties to seek mediation to resolve their differences, it would not force employers into binding arbitration ... as an exclusive representative by a voting majority of the employees Resolve issues relating to the duty to bargain in good faith Conduct hearings and resolve complaints of unfair labor ...
... Claris Resolve was a spreadsheet software program for the Apple Macintosh ... line of product's GUI, they released it at the MacWorld Expo Boston on June 6, 1991 as Resolve ... Resolve supports a worksheet size of more than one billion cells and includes 149 built-in functions that allow users to create financial, statistical and mathematical models ...
... Resolve is Lagwagon's seventh and most recent studio album, released in 2005 ... Resolve was Lagwagon's last studio album to feature longtime bassist Jesse Buglione, who left the band in 2010 ...
... Punjab Assembly Speaker Rana Muhammad Iqbal Khan on Tuesday (August 14, 2012) expressed resolve to ensure the elimination of ignorance, poverty, corruption and terrorism to maintain the blessing of independence ... Iqbal said that Independence Day was actually the day of reiterating our resolve that we will spoil the sacrifices of our forefathers and we will ...
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More definitions of "resolve":
- (verb): Find the solution.
- (noun): The trait of being resolute; firmness of purpose.
Synonyms: resoluteness, firmness, resolution
- (verb): Make clearly visible.
Example: "Can this image be resolved?"
- (verb): Reach a conclusion after a discussion or deliberation.
- (verb): Understand the meaning of.
- (verb): Reach a decision.
Famous quotes containing the word resolve:
“...if we would be and do all that as a rational being we should desire, we must resolve to govern ourselves; we must seek diversity of interests; dread to be without an object and without mental occupation; and try to balance work for the body and work for the mind.”
—Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards (18421911)
“When a contradiction is impossible to resolve except by a lie, then we know that it is really a door.”
—Simone Weil (19091943)
“Theres no telling what might have happened to our defense budget if Saddam Hussein hadnt invaded Kuwait that August and set everyone gearing up for World War II½. Can we count on Saddam Hussein to come along every year and resolve our defense-policy debates? Given the history of the Middle East, its possible.”
—P.J. (Patrick Jake)