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To look up an address. For example, "to resolve a name" means to look up the corresponding address for that name. The phrase "external references in the program were resolved" means that tables were searched, and all references to routines outside of the program were given valid addresses. See address resolution and name resolution.
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Phil Palmieri resolves to be clear and concise on the council floor; in other words, to try something new.
Within the IRS, alternatives are available to taxpayers to resolve tax disputes at the lowest possible level.
The mediators quickly recognize that efforts to resolve the issue are being thwarted by a phantom "second table"- the constituencies that each of the parties at the "first table" report to.
Moreover, since the alternative-timing procedure resolves accounting method change issues on a non-accounting-method-change basis, this section of the proposed procedure should be clarified to state that, pursuant to the closing agreement, Exam is precluded from proposing a [sections] 481(a) adjustment in later audit cycles for the same issue.
English essayist and poet, best known for his Resolves Divine, Morall, and Politicall, in which the striking images (some borrowed by the poet Henry Vaughan) are more original than the ideas.
Mitt Romney resolves to stop behaving as though he comes from an alien planet inhabited by wealthy androids.
Notice 98-31 provides procedures for accounting method changes that the Service initiates and procedures that it uses for accounting method issues it raises and resolves on a non-accounting method change basis.
Actually it resolves the matter before it ever becomes an issue.