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Meanings and phrases
- determined; single-minded
- explained or answered; solved
- The international dispute was not resolved for more than a decade.
- The issue is still not resolved.
- Some Balkars maintain that their status of autonomy is still not resolved.
- The incident was resolved when the police stormed the plane.
- The matter was resolved when the company reversed the suspension.
- The dilemma is resolved when one of Bert’s friends tells the mother the truth.
- Any issues which could not be resolved between the participants was advanced to higher levels of leadership.
- The company made this decision based on detonation problems found in some XP-400 engines that could not be resolved.
- The suit was finally resolved in the widow's favour in July 1925.
- That dispute was finally resolved with his son, Adad-nirari I's victory over the Babylonians.
- Herngren also explained that the long wait for DVD release was due to a music rights issue that was finally resolved.
- In theory, the deficit could have been resolved through higher contribution rates.
- The pair were resolved through speckle interferometry in 1977, showing an angular separation of .
- Prior to World War II many states were formed as a result of wars that were resolved through peace treaties.
- The difference with the government was eventually resolved.
- The disputed succession was eventually resolved in favor of Ousame.
- The dispute was eventually resolved in 2011 when a new board took over.
- This issue was resolved only by the end of the year.
- The issue was resolved within three hours.
- This issue was resolved by the film's end, and he no longer suffers these glitches.
- The evolutionary relationships of the creek whaler have yet to be fully resolved.
- The evolutionary relationships of the hardnose shark have not been fully resolved.
- In 2017, a robust and almost fully resolved phylogeny of the entire genus was published.