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    re·sile
    /rəˈzīl/

    verb

    • 1. abandon a position or a course of action: formal "can he resile from the agreement?"
  2. Resilient definition, springing back; rebounding. See more. Since then, the crypto industry’s two flagship currencies, Bitcoin and Ethereum, have bounced back significantly, though both are currently at around 60% of their all time highs, and the industry as a whole has proved resilient.

  3. Resilience definition, the power or ability of a material to return to its original form, position, etc., after being bent, compressed, or stretched; elasticity. See more.

  4. A guide to the unfair contract terms law 7 Summary The unfair contract terms provisions apply to standard form consumer contracts. A contract is an agreement made between two or more parties that is intended to

  5. Nov 01, 2021 · A furious French President Emmanuel Macron has publicly accused Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison of lying to him over the scrapped submarine deal.. Diplomatic tensions between the two countries have escalated since Australia pulled out of a $90 billion deal with France to manufacture its next generation of submarines.

  6. As you probably know, the contract programme is the series of events or activities, logically linked in a sequence, that need to be completed. This is used to define the quickest and most efficient way to complete a project. The “critical path” is the sequence of activities which determines the shortest possible time to complete the project.

  7. bound 1 (bound) intr.v. bound·ed, bound·ing, bounds 1. To leap forward or upward; jump; spring: The dog bounded over the gate. 2. To move forward by leaps or springs: The ...

  8. Nov 01, 2021 · “He doesn’t resile from making decisions, he will make the call and doesn’t prevaricate,” he said. ... He added: “Venkat is a good appointment, but he will need to define what his ...

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