Some articles on decide:
... were drawn instead, extra time would decide winners immediately thereafter ... If extra time did not decide the winners, a set of five alternating penalty kicks would decide winners ...
... matches were drawn instead, extra time would decide winners immediately thereafter ... If extra time did not decide the winners, a set of five alternating penalty kicks would decide winners ...
... functions according to the Article 241 of the Colombian constitution are to decide on unconstitutionality claims raised by citizens ... decide on national referendums ... Decide on unconstitutional demands against Laws ...
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... His superiors, Captain Levkovich and First Sergeant Bejerano, decide not to renew his contract, though they feel sorry for him ... The criminal and his associates decide to fake a crime and allow Azoulay to catch them in the act so that he receives a promotion and regain his contract ... They finally decide upon stealing ritual objects, including a large golden cross, from a monastery in the neighborhood ...
More definitions of "decide":
- (verb): Cause to decide.
Example: "This new development finally decided me!"
- (verb): Influence or determine.
Example: "The vote in New Hampshire often decides the outcome of the Presidential election"
Famous quotes containing the word decide:
“...if I were to be murdered I would not want my murderer executed. I would not want my death avenged. Especially by governmentwhich cant be trusted to control its own bureaucrats or collect taxes equitably or fill a pothole, much less decide which of its citizens to kill.”
—Helen Prejean (b. 1940)
“By the power elite, we refer to those political, economic, and military circles which as an intricate set of overlapping cliques share decisions having at least national consequences. In so far as national events are decided, the power elite are those who decide them.”
—C. Wright Mills (19161962)
“Ive been described as a tough and noisy woman, a prize fighter, a man-hater, you name it. They call me Battling Bella, Mother Courage, and a Jewish mother with more complaints than Portnoy. There are those who say Im impatient, impetuous, uppity, rude, profane, brash, and overbearing. Whether Im any of those things, or all of them, you can decide for yourself. But whatever I am and this ought to be made very clearI am a very serious woman.”
—Bella Abzug (b. 1920)