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- adj. Having a solution, having been explained or answered.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of solve.
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- adj. explained or answered
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For the Bolsheviki it was important that the problems of the Revolution should be solved in the quickest possible mannerbut the Bolsheviki were not interested in how these problems were to be solved .
I think calling the problem "solved" is a little premature, but hopefully the poisoning of the river at least keeps them from entering Lake Michigan.
“But whether it will be solved is a different question.”
This problem, like any problem, will not be solved from a rooftop.
The only way the health care issue will be solved is by both parties working as one for the good of the American people.
Part of how the CO2 issue can be solved is by sending strong price signals with a carbon tax.
The question to be solved is not one of Malthusianism, "projected efficiency," nor ethics.
The only way this get solved is by cutting spending (not much to cut here) and raising taxes.
One of the things that civil engineers have solved is the pollution given off by landfills.
That the solvency issue will be solved is a truism, it must happen by arithmetic.
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