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Having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it,
  1. Having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it
    • - Alice was determined to be heard
  2. Processing or displaying resolve
    • - Helen was a determined little girl
    • - a determined effort to reduce inflation

  1. characterized by great determination; "a struggle against a determined enemy"
  2. having been learned or found or determined especially by investigation
  3. devoting full strength and concentrated attention to; "made continued and determined efforts to find and destroy enemy headquarters"
  4. determined or decided upon as by an authority; "date and place are already determined"; "the dictated terms of surrender"; "the time set for the launching"
  5. compulsive: strongly motivated to succeed
  6. (determinedly) ambitiously: with ambition; in an ambitious and energetic manner; "she pursued her goals ambitiously"
  7. In set theory, a branch of mathematics, determinacy is the study of under what circumstances one or the other player of a game must have a winning strategy, and the consequences of the existence of such strategies.
  8. "Determined" is the first single from Mudvayne's third studio album, Lost and Found.
  9. (Determination (album)) Determination is the second full-length studio album from New Jersey heavy metal quintet God Forbid. It was released on April 17, 2001 through Century Media Records.
  10. Determine (1951–1972), was a multiple stakes winning American Thoroughbred race horse. By Alibhai (who also sired Your Host and whose own sire, Hyperion won the 1933 Epsom Derby and the 1933 St. Leger Stakes). Determine's dam was Koubis, born with a cleft palate. Her breeder, Dr. ...
  11. Decided; resolute, possessing much determination
  12. (determine) To set the limits of; To ascertain definitely; to figure out
  13. (Determination) local planning authority process to decide whether a proposed development requires planning permission.
  14. (determination) A judgment or decision the court makes to end a lawsuit or controversy.
  15. (Determination) The evaluation process of a JI project by an independent entity.  It must be ascertained whether the Project Design Document (PDD) fulfills all of the requirements for JI projects under Article 6 of the Kyoto Protocol and the JI guidelines.  See also Validation and Verification.
  16. A determination is a decision rendered by an officer or administrative body on an application or a request for a ruling.
  17. (Determination) A formal ruling by the Building indusrty Authority withrespect to a doubt or dispute over whether building work complies with the Building Code to the required extent.
  18. (Determination) A decision on a claim made at the AOJ.
  19. ("Determination") includes requirements, orders, directions, decisions, and the like, made, given or imposed on or about any subject matter, person, group or class of persons, or any club, organisation or body, with or without sanctions attaching thereto.
  20. (5. Determination) The race is not always to the swift .... but to those who keep on running.
  21. (DETERMINATION) When a skaters quits a club – "He gave da Club DETERMINATION notice yesterday".
  22. (Determination (Rental)) A decision set down by an appointed independent valuer in which a disputed rent is decided, in circumstances where a lessor and lessee have been unable to negotiate an agreement, or deciding on a rent amount previously in dispute between valuers for the landlord and ...
  23. (Determination) A decision regarding an unemployment compensation claim. This affects both their eligibility and their amount of compensation.
  24. (Determination) Billy takes on too much work and is tired out; we remember things in the Mountains; Ernie proves to Timmy that he can be strong.
  25. (Determination) Dates that define a person belonging to Generation Y have also been disputed. Others have suggested that such regional restrictions of use are unnecessary in the ever globalizing world.