decide upon

References in classic literature ?
you cannot examine them closely enough to decide upon their merit.
I do not know whether the Spaniards themselves rank Valdes with Galdos or not, and I have no wish to decide upon their relative merits.
This notion of Martin's that he, and he alone, should decide upon expenditures was ridiculous.
In Great Britain it is the province of the House of Commons to prefer the impeachment, and of the House of Lords to decide upon it.
See," said she, "the carriages have stopped, my sister waits for me, the time is come; what you are about to decide upon will be decided for life.
They were not more fortunate with regard to another peculiarity of the disc, for they could not decide upon the cause of it.
His passage had fortunately been paid for in advance; and he had five or six days in which to decide upon his future course.
Well, as grieving over the matter won't help us, in three days there will be time enough to decide upon what is to be done; in the meanwhile, let us redouble our vigilance
The First and Foremost shall decide upon the best way to punish you.
Dolly hesitated again, and not being able to decide upon any other course of action, burst into tears.
She drafted passages to suit either case, and then liked each so well that she could not decide upon the rejection of either.
It was during the first part of the dinner, struggling to decide upon his attitude, that he was very quiet.