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use "resolve" in a sentence

To resolve this, the BRP selected DuBois as the location of their primary maintenance plant.

Following the Supreme court's August 24, 2006, denial of the Hare krishna's appeal, the RIC formed a special commission to resolve the issue and promised that no further action would be taken

The model also defines the nature and distribution of the speech acts that play a constructive part in the various stages of the resolution process.

Scale is also the spatial or temporal measure of an object or a process, or amount of spatial resolution.

The graphics generator was capable of outputting 2,000 line resolution, suitable for film recording.

The angular resolution was 5 arcmin ; temporal and energy resolutions were 3.9 ms and 22% at 6 keV, respectively.

In this sense, it encompasses all methods which provide flexibility and adaptability in the resolution at which knowledge or information is extracted and represented.

This crude arrangement was long considered to be in serious need of revision, but even with modern DNA sequence analyses and cladistic methods, the phylogeny of the phasianidae has resisted complete resolution.

Carroll Ostlie 1996, p. 878 Moon Highest-resolution image of Dactyl, recorded while Galileo was about 3,900 km away from the moon A small satellite named Dactyl orbits around Ida.

For this reason automatic global deadlock resolution has not been noticed (see Exact characterization of voting-deadlocks by global cycles above).

Bertoldo's difficulties have worked a change on Camiola's resolution.

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