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not hesitating or wavering

on an unwavering course of action

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recognizable

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He and Will Stutely had lately decided their marksmanship, and Will had found that Robin's skill was now so great as to place the leader at the head of all good bowmen in the forest.
Shortly after this Dejah Thoris and Sola awakened, and it was decided that we push on at once in an effort to gain the hills.
Martin," she said a bit huskily, two evenings later, at supper, "I've decided that you are right.
The prince's further fate was more or less decided by Colia, who selected, out of all the persons he had met during the last six or seven months, Evgenie Pavlovitch, as friend and confidant.
We had no money whatever with which to begin; still we decided to give the needed building a name.
So the little girl decided to take a walk in the woods and try to discover some path or road that they might follow when they again started upon their journey.
He followed the Soldier with the Green Whiskers very willingly, anxious that his fate might be decided as soon as possible.
They saw the wisdom of his philosophy, and were cheered by it, but their joy was short-lived, for when it was decided that they should row steadily toward the east and the continent, it was discovered that the sailors who had been at the only two oars with which the boat had been provided had fallen asleep at their work, and allowed both to slip into the sea, nor were they in sight anywhere upon the water.
Just as soon as I've decided that I'm pretty I begin to feel miserably that I'm not.
Sheldon plodded on, and decided that the old stereotyped duel was far simpler and easier than this protracted hide-and-seek affair.
it is my duty to tell you, very briefly, the reasons which have decided Captain Ebsworth and myself on dispatching an exploring party in search of help.
Then he decided, being wise in his way, to take advantage of his good fortune.
AN EAGLE and a Fox formed an intimate friendship and decided to live near each other.
Because," said the Man Leaning on a Spade, "I belong to the Gravediggers' National Extortion Society, and we have decided to limit the production of graves and get more money for the reduced output.
After I had drunk half a dozen glasses, my policy of temperateness in mind, I decided that I had had enough for that time.