- v. present participle of resolve.
- n. analysis into clear-cut components
“As CSRs, our job was supposed to be answering COBRA questions and working as customer advocates in resolving COBRA issues.”
“The recent array of high-level visitors to Damascus -- including United States officials -- demonstrates that President Bashar al-Assad has weathered the storm of isolation and has emerged as an essential actor in resolving regional disputes, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
“U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner urged the fund this week to become more active in resolving the issue and said it made little sense to allow emerging nations such as China a greater say in IMF affairs if they were not going to play by the same rules as other leading economic nations.”
“The administration is under pressure to show progress in resolving the war before the deadline Obama has set of beginning a troop withdrawal next summer.”
“The state's credibility in resolving disputes depends on the state holding what I call the Golden Scepter.”
“That is, if the state has enough force at its disposal, it can enforce its decisions in resolving disputes.”
“The first step in resolving these uncertainties is a national foreclosure moratorium, one that will allow us to gather all of the facts.”
“What do you feel will help in resolving the Niger Delta crisis?”
“When they wonna show they care, they are not interested in resolving fully the Rwanda conflicts.”
“China called her remarks an "attack" against China and said only the claimants should be involved in resolving the matter.”
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