Sunday, January 18, 2009

Saturday, January 3, 2009


Wow! Resolve has so much meaning. I hope everyone has great success with all their resolutions this year. Happy 2009 :)

\ri-ˈzälv, -ˈzȯlv also -ˈzäv or -ˈzȯv\
Inflected Form(s):
re·solved; re·solv·ing
Middle English, from Latin resolvere to unloose, dissolve, from re- + solvere to loosen, release — more at solve
14th century
transitive verb
1obsolete : dissolve , melt
2 a: break up , separate ; also : to change by disintegration b: to reduce by analysis c: to distinguish between or make independently visible adjacent parts of d: to separate (a racemic compound or mixture) into the two components
3: to cause resolution of (a pathological state)
4 a: to deal with successfully : clear up b: to find an answer to c: to make clear or understandable d: to find a mathematical solution of e: to split up (as a vector) into two or more components especially in assigned directions
5: to reach a firm decision about
6 a: to declare or decide by a formal resolution and vote b: to change by resolution or formal vote
7: to make (as voice parts) progress from dissonance to consonance
8: to work out the resolution of (as a play)
intransitive verb
1: to become separated into component parts ; also : to become reduced by dissolving or analysis
2: to form a resolution : determine
3: consult , deliberate
4: to progress from dissonance to consonance