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He decided to stay and see what would happen.
The committee decided unanimously to accept the offer.
I decided that it would be best to tell George everything.
I can’t decide what to do.
She needs to decide whether or not she wants to keep the house.
Julia has to decide between being an architect or a novelist.
‘We think people should have the opportunity to decide for themselves what they want.’
What finally decided me was the location.
That decided me to finally leave my job.
Today’s match will decide the championship.
It could take months before this case is decided.
The matter will be decided by a government tribunal.
The court decided against Mrs McLaughlin.
If the committee decides in his favour, he will be a very rich man.