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1resueltodecididothe government remained resolute in the face of opposition protests — el gobierno se mantuvo firme ante las protestas de la oposición
- to be resolute — actuar con resolución / decisión
- He had his own line of thinking and would defend his views with a resolute sincerity and great conviction.
- I was just as resolute in my determination to spend Christmas with my fiancée.
- Indeed, he seems resolute to make his plans happen but is not trying to cause a revolution.
- Threats of terror and death can only be met with an implacable and resolute show of force.
- They are not easily ruffled but can be very firm and resolute in their actions.
- You can be resolute, I suggest, but your spirit can still be vulnerable.
- Such a resolute response shows the shops and the police are serious.
- You feel aligned with others, and resolute in your determination to overcome it.
- They are resolute that they will physically fight back whenever the law and order officers arrive.
- Now they will be ever more resolute not to repeat such a feeble feat.
- But aides and friends say that beneath his soft image lies a resolute leader.
- He was, however, resolute in his course and understood that death was a possibility.
- Enlightened moderation is the need of the hour and it requires a resolute effort.
- We were simply a resolute group of people determined to make the very best of a very bad deal.
- But as we had seen all afternoon you had two resolute sides battling it out here.
- It is important to be firm, resolute and committed to get through the first stage.
- Today he is much more knowledgeable and resolute when it comes to politics.
- Throughout she remained resolute in her determination to find the information she sought.
- Indeed, the final quarter indicated what they might have been capable of against less resolute opposition.
- It had emerged in a much improved position, partly due to calm and resolute leadership, he said.
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