determine upon

See: choose, intend, plan
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What course of action could she determine upon, which could be adopted in eight-and-forty hours?
And this proposal of his gives rise also to further conjectures and inquiries; for some persons have doubted whether it is useful or hurtful to alter the established law of any country, if even for the better; for which reason one cannot immediately determine upon what he here says, whether it is advantageous to alter the law or not.
However, as there is no way to determine upon which disjunctive theory the jury chose, we cannot rule out the possibility that the jury improperly returned its verdict upon a finding that HSSU discriminated against Dr.
Senator Zahid Khan, he maintained the decision of the ANP regarding LB system in Sindh is final and the party would remain determine upon its decision.
When contacted Senator Zahid Khan, he maintained the decision of the ANP regarding LB system in Sindh is final and the party would remain determine upon its decision.
So, if we reflect back we can determine upon the following: 1.
Accordingly, Black Catholic theology must: (1) dispel misguided assumptions that the Roman Catholic church leaves no room for creative and constructive theological work; (2) determine upon what authority this theology is developed; and (3) think through Black Catholic theology's formation in light of the traditions of the Catholic church -- liturgical, spiritual and intellectual.