14 adverbs to describe how to « decide » | Collocation dictionary
Within this structure decision-makers may be decidingalone or in a panel.
We recommend you decidebroadly the area you want to study before requesting an enrolment pack.
I opposed this since I believe that such a matter should be decidedcollegially.
We decidedconsciously to focus on recommendations we believe to be most important, whose implementation can make the greatest difference.
"It is wrong … to single out any group as somehow disqualified to influence decisions, even critical ones, that are being decideddemocratically," the paper said.
Others have charged that the president's contrition regarding the U.S. failure to prevent genocide in Rwanda in 1994 was cheap and hypocritical, since it was a considered decision, not (as he implied) some kind of oversight, and there is no reason to suppose the United States will decidedifferently if it happens again.
Thirty-one members of Congress sued the Bush administration in federal court yesterday, charging that President Bush violated the Constitution when he decidedearlier this year to drop a 30-year-old nuclear weapons pact with Russia.
The legal aspects of the Annual General Meeting could then be decidedelectronically.
It is reassuring that the Government decidedeventually to reject such irresponsible and demeaning arguments.
Government bonds have a lower historic return than stocks because stocks are riskier--and the market has decidedexactly how large a premium that risk is worth.
Now it is up to the Tibet support groups in North America to decideindependently what they will do.
The South China Morning Post called on Hong Kong "to think hard and decideslowly" before starting a gambling casino in the territory.
Mr Sun decidedthoughtfully to stay on the other side of the valley in the morning, ensuring that we covered ourselves in wet, cold snow that was clinging to the bush.
Future generations may then be able to decidewisely what to do next.