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His exploits in Normandy as the tide of World War II decisively turned, illustrate just how much war has changed in the past half century.
President Obama said the U. S. government must be able to act decisively when information surfaces about a potential threat.
More decisively, Goldman says it had no "huddle" on September 4, when Baidu first began to move.
And furthermore, at this moment, she actually resolutely and decisively told me that the place she went was the one she heard from my mouth.
So, when an event like this occurs, it is incumbent upon a Democrat to react quickly and decisively, and Obama failed to do it.
If he had not acted decisively to shore up the financial system and stimulate the economy, things would have been a great deal worse.
Colonel Korn acted decisively to arrest what seemed to him to be the beginning of an unwholesome trend in Major Tom"s squadron.
And yet the results of this election are likely to confirm that the place has tilted decisively to the right. Why?
That is the reason why you are here, and it would be a waste of time if I did not explain clearly, decisively, my point of view.
He answered decisively that he did not know her.