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The brave Americans serving our nation today in the Persian Gulf, in Somalia, and wherever else they stand, are testament to our resolve, but our greatest strength is the power of our ideas, which are still new in many lands.
If youth is the season of hope, it is often so only in the sense that our elders are hopeful about us; for no age is so apt as youth to think its emotions, partings, and resolves are the last of their kind.
I wish I could resolve that, too," sighed Sara Ray, "but it wouldn't be any use.
So I shall resolve to think a beautiful thought every morning before breakfast.
You'd better resolve not to make puddings of--" began Felicity, then stopped as suddenly as if she had bitten off the rest of her sentence and swallowed it.
Better resolve not to cry about anything," said Dan kindly.
Well, I'll resolve not to worry because my hair is not curly.
I insisted on my aversion to lying with my own brother, and she insisted upon its being impossible to bring him to consent to my going from him to England; and in this uncertainty we continued, not differing so as to quarrel, or anything like it, but so as not to be able to resolve what we should do to make up that terrible breach that was before us.
With the integration, Resolve processes the incident from Splunk solutions to execute full, closed-loop automation and immediately resolve the incident.
We are thrilled to enable Splunk Enterprise customers with automation, process guidance and procedures to accelerate the resolution of their incidents, thereby saving time and money," said Martin Savitt, chief executive officer, Resolve Systems.
And the people who ostracized him for doing so resolve to be ashamed of themselves.
We need also to resolve to assess the failings of the past and then resolve never to do them again.