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1. We'll decide on our team as and when we qualify for the competition.
2. What made you decide on a career as a vet?
3. In the first place, we should decide on one program.
4. We're still trying to decide on a venue.
5. I can't decide on who to invite.
6. We'll decide on the team as and when we qualify.
7. Vietnam is trying to decide on its course for the future.
8. It's the committee's job to decide on matters of ethics.
9. If the answer is 'yes', then we must decide on an appropriate course of action.
10. They had a quick confab to decide on a possible design.
11. Let's put our heads together and decide on a plan of action.
12. We must decide on our target market, then zero in on it.
13. Worse still, we sometimes decide on impulse.
14. Determine offences and decide on compliance with technical standards.
15. He had only a few moments to decide on what he should do.
16. Local authorities no longer have the discretion to decide on rebates, and the rebates are very limited.
17. The European Court will decide on the legality of his claim.
18. Like tossing a coin to decide on a man's life.
19. In the budgeting process the firm should decide on what should be treated as profit centres and what as cost centres.
20. He hadn't needed a thesaurus to decide on the appropriate response.
21. And she can decide on her own if she wants to use contraceptives.
22. Emergency meetings were called in Washington to decide on a course of action.
23. The key type and format should be assessed, to decide on the occurrence and frequency of runs of keys.
23. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.
24. New Zealand international hooker Duane Mann has also been given a deadline of next week to decide on his new deal.
25. Will the Prime Minister now put it to the test through the ballot box and let the people decide on his record?
26. It is a wonderful opportunity to see the major suppliers and decide on the lists you want to consider.
27. Draw up a School Development Plan and renew it every year. Decide on priorities.
28. And the sons of union officials find the door to City Hall open if they decide on a career in politics.
29. If two laws conflict with each other, the courts must decide on the operation of each.
30. Is it unreasonable that it should also be empowered to decide on the judgment of a state tribunal enforcing such unconstitutional law?