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make a decision

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Synonyms for decide

to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

to make up or cause to make up one's mind

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Now, you need to decide what to include on your web page and how you will promote your site.
When someone accepts an offer and gives notice, the boss may decide during the notice period that the employee should be given a counteroffer.
But "if you decide to do this, do it before the IPO," Elliott warns, "because once you're public, both exchanges and the Nasdaq have very strict limits on what you can do." Family-run businesses also fear unfriendly takeovers once the company is public, he says.
Consistently with the first and fourteenth amendments "civil courts do not inquire whether the relevant [hierarchical] church governing body has power under religious law [to decide such disputes]....
To make up the shortfall, some securities will have to be sold each year, which means you'll have to decide what to sell.
You Decide: Were the police unlawfully searching motorists at roadblocks?
"But all it means, in a certain limited set of circumstances, is that the court will let the jury decide. Not in all cases, but some."
In Allied-Signal, the Court has been asked to decide whether income derived from the sale of a minority stock interest in another corporation is apportionable business income or allocable nonbusiness income.
For example, if you're trying to decide whether it's worth the time to attend a training session to learn to delegate more effectively, you might consider:
Two of the principal characters decide to visit Butte, and take the trip up the mountain to see the Lady.
How can people decide their sexuality anyway, and at so many different times of life?
First, you'll have to decide how much life insurance you need to buy.
Where public disclosure laws exist, the courts can decide whether to force law enforcement to provide information to the news media.
* Decide what you want to accomplish with the project.