Some articles on decide, decides:

Million Dollar Abie - Plot
... All the owners decide that Springfield is the lesser of two evils (it does not hurt that the Rich Texan owns slums in Springfield and another owner snaps that she did not kill her husband and seize his team just to ... Grampa is depressed and decides to seek out a doctor called Dr ... tells Grampa to reconsider, and Grampa decides that if anyone calls him in the next 24 hours, he will not go through with his plan ...
His Master's Voice (radio Series) - Episodes
... Following a successful first edition, Keith decides that this week's Blue Touch should focus on the Tory's green agenda, much to the chagrin of Lord Malan who ... Keith decides that it's time for a Gordon Brown Special, but can the team unite on the angle they take and avoid just being rude about Scotland? And how will Giles contribute when he's busy ...
Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis - Jury
... The Kritikerjury decides the nominations and the majority of the prizes the Jugendjury only decides the Jugendjury prize ... Another jury decides on the Special Prize to be awarded each year ...
Soul Man (film) - Plot
... to pay for law school by himself, Mark decides to take up a scholarship, but the only suitable one is for African Americans only ... So he decides to cheat by using tanning pills in a larger dose than prescribed to appear as an African American ... wishes to pay back the scholarship and do charity work to make amends for his fraud, and Sarah decides to give him another chance ...
Veronika Decides To Die
... Veronika Decides to Die (Portuguese Veronica Decide Morrer) is a novel by Paulo Coelho ... Veronika, who appears to have everything in life going for her, but who decides to kill herself ... Veronika Decides to Die has been adapted for theatre a number of times, and was also used in other artistic references ...

Famous quotes containing the word decides:

    The fate of the State decides theirs: clauses of treaties determine their affections.
    Pierre Corneille (1606–1684)

    What we call little things are merely the causes of great things; they are the beginning, the embryo, and it is the point of departure which, generally speaking, decides the whole future of an existence. One single black speck may be the beginning of a gangrene, of a storm, of a revolution.
    Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821–1881)

    To throw obstacles in the way of a complete education is like putting out the eyes; to deny the rights of property is like cutting off the hands. To refuse political equality is like robbing the ostracized of all self-respect, of credit in the market place, of recompense in the world of work, of a voice in choosing those who make and administer the law, a choice in the jury before whom they are tried, and in the judge who decides their punishment.
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)