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abide by a decision

To accept, follow, and comply with a decision, especially that which is handed down by a judge. Though it stings my dignity, I have to abide by the court's decision to not allow me to drive a car for the next 12 months.
See also: abide, decision

landmark decision

A legal decision that sets a precedent for how similar cases are to be resolved in the future. Review that landmark decision—it should help us to build our case.
See also: decision

make a decision

To decide; to choose something. What do you want for dinner? I need you to make a decision so that I can start cooking.
See also: decision, make

an eleventh-hour decision

A decision made at the last possible moment or opportunity. I was shocked that they reached an eleventh-hour decision after weeks of squabbling.
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arrive at a decision

 and reach a decision
to make a decision; decide. Have you arrived at a decision yet? We will reach a decision tomorrow.
See also: arrive, decision

eleventh-hour decision

Fig. a decision made very late in a process, or at the last possible moment. Eleventh-hour decisions are seldom satisfactory. The president's eleventh-hour decision was made in a great hurry, but it turned out to be correct.
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With much of the research on the TTM, the psychosocial factors of self-efficacy and decisional balance have been investigated.
Predicting Downstream Effects of High Decisional Conflict: Meta-analysis of the Decisional Conflict Scale (Unpublished master's thesis).
the manner in which these excluded groups try to modify the frontiers of the decisional system) (Favre 1992; Lagroye 2003; Offerle 1994: 144).
Presentation of decisional problems (as perceived by decision maker) to the other actors of EI towards reduction of risk in the whole process, must ensure an unquestionable level of knowledge reconciliation between and amongst participating entities.
As a result, more theorization is needed to explain why women are entitled both to state intervention, should they want its assistance to stop the violence in their lives, and some decisional privacy in deciding how best to extricate themselves from a violent relationship.
In this case, one might think that an appropriate educational seminar would focus on assessing decisional capacity or safety after discharge.
Of the participants, 41% described relationships with role models and mentors as important decisional influences.
Recommendation: Related to hiring and managing the performance of ALJs in order to (1) identify opportunities for continuous improvement of the ALJ hiring process, (2) identify and address potential competency gaps, and (3) identify opportunities for improved performance management practices while maintaining ALJs' decisional independence, and given OPM's statutory authority for administering the ALJ program, the Director of OPM should, after current hiring related litigation is resolved, solicit ALJ agencies' feedback on the new examination process and determine whether additional agency flexibilities are needed in the ALJ hiring process.
Comments are sought including, but not limited to: (1) whether the decisional law requires that the instruction include a reference to a "defective product"
She employs three principal research methods: narrative analysis (content analysis of media coverage and Congressional committee hearing debate); an analysis and breakdown of expert witness testimony during legislative hearings; and decisional analysis of how policies are implemented by relevant agencies (what tools and approaches are selected, and who favors their use?
Among the theories S-I encompasses is Decisional Regret Theory, whose basis recalls the existentialist axiom that life is a series of choices and making a choice produces anxiety.
To determine the causative relationship between the adverse event observed (the asthenia, which we diagnosed as a symptom of muscle damage) and the intake of the black cohosh extract we used the Naranjo ADR probability scale, which is most widely accepted as a decisional algorithm for the assessment of drug-induced adverse reactions.
Written medical directives provide an infrastructure for individuals to extend their autonomy into the future when they may not be decisional.
The actors involved in the decisional process are becoming more and more preoccupied by the company's strategic decision whether they should get involved or not into projects which draft the creation of an innovative product.