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    1. Take decisive actions, rather than detaching completely from problems and stresses and wishing they would just go away

    2. However, the decisive factor was when she told them “I'll start a college fund for each of you

    3. Any attack she would dare to raise against Argos would be met with a decisive and deadly counter, which the computer mind would process at the speed of light

    4. The most decisive mark of the prosperity of any country is the increase of the number of its inhabitants

    5. This is a matter of fact which cannot now admit of any reasonable doubt ; and the proof of it is, if possible, still more decisive with regard to Scotland than with regard to England

    6. To excel in any profession, in which but few arrive at mediocrity, it is the most decisive mark

    7. No food can afford a more decisive proof of its nourishing quality, or of its being peculiarly suitable to the health of the human constitution

    8. With the greater part of rich people, the chief enjoyment of riches consists in the parade of riches ; which, in their eye, is never so complete as when they appear to possess those decisive marks of opulence which nobody can possess but themselves

    9. in proportion to that of corn, is a most decisive one

    10. It may surely be of some use, or, at least, it may give some satisfaction to the public, to have so decisive a proof of the increasing value of by far the greatest, the most important, and the most durable part of its wealth

    11. As a decisive shift in the tenor of our voices, As control is shifted from us

    12. With the judges that were to determine the preference, this difference was perfectly decisive; and thus, for the gratification of the most childish, the meanest, and the most sordid of all vanities they gradually bartered their whole power and authority

    13. Should this be supposed, it would afford the most decisive argument, to demonstrate how unnecessary it is for government to watch over the preservation of money, since, upon this supposition, the whole money of the country must have gone from it, and returned to it again, two different times in so short a period, without any body's knowing any thing of the matter

    14. "No, we’re not," Arkaneh said in a cold, decisive tone

    15. “Then I’d say you sound pretty determined and decisive about doing such a thing

    16. In war and negotiation, the councils of Madras and Calcutta, have upon several occasions, conducted themselves with a resolution and decisive wisdom, which would have done honour to the senate of Rome in the best days of that republic

    17. “I respect a man who is decisive and follows through - as long as he confines it to his own household

    18. “I suppose you heard about my decisive actions yesterday

    19. With fast and decisive reaction by the government it may be contained and if radioactive washed off

    20. But without a decisive loss and harsh peace imposed by the Allies, the Nazis do not arise, and Hitler likely remains an obscure failed artist

    21. ” The words had a decisive finality about them

    22. He hung up the handset with a decisive click and flicked off the headlights, dropping back slightly to let the rear SUV pass

    23. This has always been the process followed in this democracy to carry out actions as decisive as war

    24. It was here that the Americans won their first victory, and a decisive one at that

    25. Those of the Agogeia students who were energetic, athletic students, and showed exceptional stamina and strength; those who exemplified martial prowess both with blade and bare hands, those who were blessed with possessing a sharp and decisive mind, those having proven their faith to be unfailing with a stone-hard dedication to the Pantheon, those were in the end chosen as fit for service in the Army

    26. The specific part of the walls to assault was chosen based on the proximity to the Disciplinarium, a factor which will hopefully keep casualties among the citizenry as low as possible, and lead to a quick and decisive victory

    27. Nicole’s face flashed red with slow-boiled anger and her piercing eyes met Ethan’s with a decisive clash

    28. Cuba declared independence in 1868 and the ten-year struggle with Spain that followed had cost her two hundred thousand lives, ending with a decisive military defeat

    29. It was like the same old decisive Harry that everyone knew and loved, he was back in his element

    30. * Decisive and hasteful but tends to regret

    31. nestness that is the decisive factor

    32. love, selflessness are the decisive factors in self-realization

    33. rewarding present to a turbulent past that was decisive in producing that remunerated present

    34. The way you respond is decisive

    35. The year 1903 was decisive in the cooperation between Panama and the United States whose Congress

    36. We plan our lives with our soulmates, but it is our individuality that is the decisive factor

    37. The only real decisive measure taken by Obama was to issue a moratorium that stopped all drilling – everywhere - claiming that the action was taken after having reviewed a study from seven experts on oil drilling

    38. Be thorough in your preparations, be decisive, and leave nothing to chance when it comes to competition

    39. It is doubtful that any other battle was ever fought with such decisive speed

    40. A week ago I’d have repaid those critics with a few well-placed bruises, but we’ve since sworn the vow of justice, so now I must be contest with silencing them with a decisive victory in this challenge

    41. The delegates’ response was decisive

    42. We’ll fight in Serminak as long as we can hold the momentum, and hopefully we’ll be able to make it decisive, but if we lose the advantage we’ll run back to our defenses and bleed them for every centimeter of our lands they gain

    43. I have been informed that King Aethelred, who was greatly lacking in popularity until recently, has been hailed by all Northumbrians for his wise and decisive actions in the days following the Lindisfarne disaster

    44. Maybe this was one of those decisive points that come up

    45. We’ll fight in Serminak as long as we can hold the momentum, and hopefully we’ll be able to make it decisive, but if we lose the advantage we’ll run back to our defenses and bleed them for every inch of our lands they gain

    46. Thompson,15 is chairman of the CFTF, and he said: The criminal law sets a standard whose transgression is, and ought to be, swift and decisive

    47. If you would only take bold, decisive action, then something almost magical happens

    48. ” Her voice was soft but decisive as if she had just made an

    49. For a brief moment, Beatrice looked at me, and then continued with a harsh and decisive voice:

    50. The Medo-Persian alliance were defeated in a few decisive battles

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