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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 (see name resolution). 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, resolver and resolution.
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Sukkur -- The Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Syed Khurshid Shah has called for resolving issues in the Parliament amicably.
the federal government for resolving the long standing issue of
These measures provide an indication of the ongoing difficulty that partners have had resolving the argument.
"When we have rejected the inclusion of two foreigners in the Electoral Complaints Commission, then why we are resolving our problem through outsiders," she said.
Separatist leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has urged Iran to intervene in resolving the Kashmir issue by putting pressure on India and Pakistan.
Summary: BEIRUT: Caretaker Environment Minister Mohammad Rahhal said Wednesday the National Dialogue Committee was no longer suitable for resolving the country's disputes.
I am, I have decided, not a 'resolving' sort of person.
He believes that Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski is not interested in resolving these problems, only in preserving his high rating.
For some people, it will mean resolving to give something up, a particular food, or drink, or gambling or some particular habit.
Resolving the question one way is favorable to X, but unfavorable to the other shareholders; resolving it the other way is unfavorable to X, but favorable to the other shareholders.
A schedule-driven program gave way to resolving programmatic technology failures.