Regardless of the mixed reviews, Sailors reflects on her decision as a smart move.
A two-state solution can be imposed if the U.S. makes the decision to have it so.
“For me, that moment [of decision] happened in prayer, very privately,” said Desirae.
For his complicity Murmelstein has forever been branded a traitor, but for him the decision was a no-brainer.
But obviously the judge can make his decision without further information.
Of this she was sure, that her decision and her pleasure would be his.
It was because they had been out for three hours without reaching a decision.
The portrait was not wanting in force or decision of touch, but the drawing was defective.
All their calamities, except the plague, were the foreseen results of their own decision.
In the decision of all questions by the Grand Lodge he is entitled to two votes.
mid-15c., from Middle French décision (14c.), from Latin decisionem (nominative decisio) "a decision, settlement, agreement," noun of action from past participle stem of decidere (see decide). Decision making (adjective, also decision-making) is recorded from 1953.