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re·solve

(rē-zolv'),
To return or cause to return to the normal, particularly without suppuration, said of a phlegmon or other form of inflammation.
[L. resolvo, to loosen]

resolve

(rĭ-zŏlv′)
v. re·solved, re·solving, re·solves
v.tr.
1. Medicine To cause reduction of (an inflammation, for example).
2. Chemistry To separate (an optically inactive compound or mixture) into its optically active constituents.

re·solv′a·bil′i·ty, re·solv′a·ble·ness n.
re·solv′a·ble adj.
re·solv′ed·ly (-zŏl′vĭd-lē) adv.
re·solv′er n.
Malpractice Recognise, Respond, Resolve A term coined by Copic Insurance in Colorado, which provides medical malpractice coverage to doctors and health professionals as part of promoting open disclosure about medical errors
Managed care—US Request, Render, Report A trilogy of factors that must be met before a patient can be billed for a consultation from a physician other than the primary care provider: the ordering physician must Request the consultation; the consultant must Render a medical opinion, and issue a written Report
Research Reduce, Refine, Replace A research philosophy first articulated in 1959 by British scientists WMS Russell and RL Burch who linked scientific excellence to the humane and efficient use of laboratory animals, a philosophy now known as 'alternatives'
Vox populi Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic This is the original phrase which inspired the many other 'three Rs.' It referred to the core components of an elementary school education in America

RESOLVE

Reproduction medicine A national, nonprofit consumer organization offering education, advocacy, and support to those experiencing infertility

re·solve

(rĕ-zawlv')
To return or cause to return to the normal, particularly without suppuration; said of a phlegmon or other form of inflammation.
[L. resolvo, to loosen]

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H1: The topic of the argument and perceived resolvability of a serial argument should interact to predict perceived relational harm.
This distinction is important for a number of reasons, including understanding how pervasive serial arguments truly are, for the correct characterization and categorization of what are likely similar, but slightly different, communication events, and to broaden the examination and scope of serial argument-specific concepts such as perceived resolvability and goals to other appropriate interpersonal conflict situations.
Also at stake are the powers conferred on this resolution board during the drafting of the resolution plans (such as the resolvability of the banks in crisis and the determination of the capital required).
As such, it assumes the answer to the second question posed above must be "yes"--the federal judicial system should continue to centralize and collectively resolve claims with nominal commonality even though that resolvability typically hinges on private settlement, not a determinative judicial ruling or a jury trial.
An early study by Wixon (1997) claimed that usability criteria should include learnability, efficiency, memorability, satisfaction, flexibility, first impressions, advanced feature usage, resolvability.
The attempt to reduce distinctive, incommensurable constitutional commitments into a single constitutional currency purchases resolvability only at the cost of distortion.
The resolution authority should request wider separation than considered mandatory above if this is deemed necessary to ensure resolvability and operational continuity of critical functions.
The last issue I want to talk about on the SIFI regulatory front is how to improve the resolvability of financial firms.
For these types of systems, the most notable recent trends have been a move away from zinc as a divalent metal used to crosslink and build durability, and the resolvability of the floor polish," comments Gaston.
63) Examples include a BCBS study on additional loss absorbency to be completed by mid-2011 and an FSB assessment on SIFI resolvability and the necessary legal and regulatory reforms to be completed by March 2011.
Among his topics are topological groups, left invariant topologies and strongly discrete filters, ultrafilter semigroups, almost maximal topological groups, and resolvability.
On the other hand, it is doubtful that separability of operational systems, though desirable for effective resolvability, would itself be enough," the report said.