Some articles on resolved:
... Resolved, That, prior to the Adoption of the Federal Constitution, each of the several States composing this Union exercised full and exclusive jurisdiction over the subject of ... Resolved, That, by adopting the Constitution, no part of the aforesaid powers were delegated to the Federal Government, but were reserved by and still pertain to each of the several States ... Resolved, That, by the 8th section of the 1st article of the Constitution, each of the several States surrendered to the Federal Government all ...
1st- RESOLVED, that we acknowledge his majesty George III, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, to be our rightful and lawful sovereign to whom we owe and promise all. 2nd – RESOLVED, that no duty or taxes can constitutionally be opposed on us, but by our own consent given personally, or by our own representatives. 3rd – RESOLVED, that the act of the British parliament of the 7th of George III, chapter 46, subjecting the colonies to a duty on tea, for the purpose of raising revenue ...
... the dispersion of surface states is angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES) or angle resolved ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (ARUPS) ...
... Many family and disputes, which were unable to be resolved even by the courts, have been successfully resolved by Hegdeji, by way of mediation ... believe that if they experience any injustice, it would be resolved, if they appeal Lord Manjunatha ...
More definitions of "resolved":
- (adj): Determined.
Example: "She was firmly resolved to be a doctor"
Famous quotes containing the word resolved:
“We have resolved to endure the unendurable and suffer what is unsufferable.”
—Hirohito, Emperor Of Japan (19011989)
“I am resolved that I will not through humility become the devils attorney. I will endeavor to speak a good word for the truth.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
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—José Ortega Y Gasset (18831955)