Preambulatory phrases should be the Present Participle form of the verb (usually ending in -ING). Even though a resolution consists of only once sentence, each Preambulatory Clause should start with a capital letter, and the first word or words should be made to stand out by underlining, emboldening or italicising.
It is bad practice to use any Preambulatory Phrase or Operative Phrase more than once, there are plenty to choose from.
Here is a list of some of the available choices. Feel free to add any others.
|Accepting that||Affirming||Alarmed by||Approving||Aware of|
|Believing||Bearing in mind||Believing fully||Citing||Citing further|
|Concerned that||Confident in||Contemplating||Convinced||Declaring|
|Deeply concerned||Deeply conscious||Deeply convinced||Deeply disturbed||Deeply regretting|
|Designating||Desiring||Emphasising||Expecting||Expressing its appreciation|
|Expressing its satisfaction||Fulfilling||Fully alarmed||Fully aware||Fully believing|
|Further deploring||Further recalling||Gravely concerned||Guided by||Having adopted|
|Having considered||Having considered further||Having devoted attention||Having examined||Having heard|
|Having received||Having studied||Keeping in mind||Noting||Noting further|
|Noting with approval||Noting with deep concern||Noting with satisfaction||Noting with regret||Observing|
|Referring to||Seeking||Taking into account||Taking into consideration||Taking note|
|Viewing with appreciation||Welcoming||Whereas||Yet maintaining|