Definitions for "Decision"
The act of deciding; act of settling or terminating, as a controversy, by giving judgment on the matter at issue; determination, as of a question or doubt; settlement; conclusion.
An account or report of a conclusion, especially of a legal adjudication or judicial determination of a question or cause; as, a decision of arbitrators; a decision of the Supreme Court.
The Court of Appeal's written decision, briefly explaining its reasons for affirming or reversing the order or judgment. Some decisions are published, which means that others can cite the case as binding legal authority.
A victory in Boxing/Kickboxing/MMA/ETC when no knockout or submission has occurred. When the match goes the distance.
(boxing) a victory won on points when no knockout has occurred; "had little trouble in taking a unanimous decision over his opponent"
A victory in which the winner leads the opponent by 1 to 9 points. Compare technical fall.
The quality of being decided; prompt and fixed determination; unwavering firmness; as, to manifest great decision.
support tools PC-, client-, or application server-based systems that use memory-based processing to perform rapid simulations using data drawn from business-transaction processing systems such as enterprise resources planning. The simulations optimize such things as production or distribution plans based on variously weighted goals, such as low cost or on-time delivery. Management then can decide which scenario best balances the many competing claims it must address when running a business.
The athlete who scores the most points in a bout and wins. If neither wrestler scores at least three points during regulation, the bout goes into a three-minute overtime period. The first wrestler to reach at least three points is the winner. If neither wrestler reaches three points, officials decide winner.
Keywords:  cop, plenary, formal, unlike, agreement
A formal agreement at the plenary that directs the work of the COP.
Unlike a resolution, a decision is a formal agreement and leads to binding actions. It becomes part of the agreed body of decisions that direct the work of the COP.
Keywords:  abomination
an abomination
Decision (often spelled with a lower-case "d"), is a magazine published 11 times per year by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA). Billy Graham and his son, Franklin, are the Editors-in-Chief. The magazine carries articles on Christian living, missions, recent festivals, books, and recent disasters in the world.
a choice among alternative courses of action
a choice between at least two alternatives
a choice made by a person to take one path and not others
a nod of credibility toward medical abortions from the hyper-cautious US
The commitment to allocate or refuse to allocate resources. Decision making usually involves many people and is often a series of processes.
a call to action - it is the process of taking environmental inputs into the consideration process, weighing up options available and then producing an output based upon what you have evaluated
a commitment to act
Keywords:  kirkwood, setback, ceo, john, president
a "major setback to public health," said John Kirkwood, president and CEO of the American Lung Association
an extremely important milestone in the fight for free speech online
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a grave one and we need to change it
a rank injustice that harms populations in need of humanitarian services
the act of making up your mind about something; "the burden of decision was his"; "he drew his conclusions quickly"
a process, it is from the mind
The routing process that determines the path, or route, along which a data packet travels to reach its destination; forwards packets on the lowest-cost path even if that one does not have the fewest hops. The path that the data takes through the network is transparent to users.
Keywords:  hasn't, defined, term
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Keywords:  courage, rooted, free, risk
a risk rooted in the courage of being free
Keywords:  mci, confidence, sign, new
a sign of confidence in the new MCI
a contravention of the zoning and master plan of the area
a significant move away from the US rules in support of greater interpretation that considers a Canadian context
The exercise in writing or orally by the Registrar of any discretion vested in her by, for example, the Trade Marks Act 1994 and the Trade Marks Rules 2000.
the trait of resoluteness as evidenced by firmness of character or purpose; "a man of unusual decisiveness"
Keywords:  step, wrong, solving, exactly, big
One step in the long process of problem solving.
a big step in exactly the wrong direction
a powerful step
an essential part of the order bringing an end to an infringement, there is no need to give specific reasons or to draw it to the attention of the parties concerned in the statement of objections
a public statement
an intellectual product, not simply an intellectual exercise, and someone must be tasked with the deliverable
A decision of the Human Rights Committee on the admissibility of a communication.
a hypothesis about what is "right", never more
a prime example of the way that scientific consensus can change over time
The result of a proceeding before a legal tribunal.
a legal document which affects the legal rights of the hearing parties
a trigger for the creation or modification of software Artifacts
Keywords:  pitcher, awarding, wins, thus, losses
The awarding of either a Win or Loss to a pitcher. Thus, a pitcher with 7 wins and 4 losses has 11 'decisions'.
As a legal instrument, a Council or Commission Decision is fully binding on those to whom it is addressed. It must be based on a specific Treaty Article and does not require national implementing legislation. It may be addressed to a specific Member State, company or individual.
Keywords:  january, japan, series, death, note
Death Note TV series aired on January 30 2007 in Japan.
Cutting off; division; detachment of a part.
A programming construct in which one set of instructions is executed if a condition is true, and a different set of instructions is executed if the condition is false; also called a condition.
is the written document in an arbitration that is signed by the arbitrator and mailed to the parties.
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a conditional branch from one block to another
Keywords:  timely, one
a timely one