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Word: resolution

Definition: determination; resoluteness; ADJ. resolute: firm or determined in purpose


Sentences Containing 'resolution'

3 and no. 45 and BOR resolution 92, Series of 1988.
At this time no resolution has been found to this program.
Because they are now House Mollari, the resolution against house Jaddo cannot harm them.
But, since our resolution is formed, let us act promptly.
By a resolution of the house of commons, for example, it was declared, that when the
Christoph Cremer can currently achieve a resolution of approx.
Click on the images for high-resolution versions.
Development of the super resolution microscopy methods.
Each screen may have a different resolution and color depth.
For an STM, good resolution is considered to be 0.1 nm lateral resolution and 0.01 nm depth resolution.
Goldsmith concluded that 'a reasonable case can be made that resolution 1441 is capable in principle of reviving the authorisation the use of force in Resolution 678 without a further resolution.'
Had they made any considerable part of their property, such a resolution could never have been agreed to.
His courage and resolution averted what nearly became a terrible catastrophe.
How great is the power of a woman who has made so courageous a resolution!
If I had encouraged him, I should be false; if I had gratified him, I should have acted against my own better resolution and purpose.
In some works We can find an algebraic representation of a resolution inference.
It has maximum resolution of 2560x1024@60 Hz (1280x1024 each).
It has maximum resolution of 3840x1200@60 Hz (1920x1200 each).
My resolution of thanking you for your kindness to Lydia had certainly great effect.
On 12th March 2009 a resolution was passed that the Society be dissolved.
Ongoing resolution of Alberto Contador clenbuterol case.
Resolution 339 primarily reaffirmed the terms outlined in Resolution 338 (itself based on Resolution 242).
Resolution is sufficient for less demanding applications.
She died prior to the resolution of his conflict with Constantius II.
Ten minutes after he raised his head; his resolution was made.
The DSTN display was capable of up to 800x600 resolution.
The iPod Classic has a 2.5" backlit display at a resolution of 320x240.
The occupation came to a peaceful resolution.
The preamble of the resolution affirmed that: Background.
The sharpness of the beam defines the azimuth resolution.
This can be used to obtain higher resolution.
This means that the diffusion is limited and the resolution is improved.
This providing the first very high resolution images of nearby stars.
This would allow very good resolution of cancer cells.
Two geared coders with ambiguity resolution are used for each parameter.
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1005
United Nations Security Council Resolution 155
United Nations Security Council Resolution 157
United Nations Security Council Resolution 158
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1598
United Nations Security Council Resolution 178
United Nations Security Council Resolution 2056
United Nations Security Council Resolution 86
United Nations Security Council Resolution 936
United Nations Security Council Resolution 948
United Nations Security Council Resolution 998
With resolution,' said my aunt, shaking her cap at me, and clenching her hand.
Your father would depend on your resolution and good conduct, I am sure.
[http://soi.spb.ru/r_1251/directions/dir2/optsystems/aerofoto_sys/page1.htm] Spectral Resolution.
``My friend, my dear Maximilian, do not make a hasty resolution, I entreat you.''

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