90 verbs to use for the word « responsibility » | Collocation dictionary
That was a mistake that was not deliberate on the part of ABC but for which we acceptresponsibility and which requires correction.
After a judge ruled the sickout illegal, the pilots still didn't go back to work, and the judge fined the union's executives several thousand dollars and ordered the union to assumeresponsibility for $10 million in damages to passengers.
There is the common ritual of "medical clearance for surgery," where the "meddie" basically blesses the operation and is allowed to shareresponsibility, despite the fact that the note is rarely read and the recommendations are often ignored.
The militant group Hamas apparently claimedresponsibility for the attack.
In each of our examples, no one was firmly in charge of managing the case and able to draw relevant intelligence from anywhere in the government, assignresponsibilities across the agencies (foreign or domestic), track progress, and quickly bring obstacles up to the level where they could be resolved.
A sidebar recounts Switzerland's awful World War II history: It turned away 30,000 Jews and served as Germany's money launderer, but has deniedresponsibility for its actions.
A manager of the University who has been delegatedresponsibility for a portion of the information resource on behalf of the University, in order to ensure its integrity and accuracy.
It is increasingly important to evaluate quality of life (QOL) of family caregivers because of their increasedresponsibility and contribution to the care of the cancer patient.
The CIA should retainresponsibility for the direction and execution of clandestine and covert operations, as assigned by the relevant national intelligence center and authorized by the National Intelligence Director and the president.
They have been in part legislated and in part incorporated into administrative and managerial practice within the government, with an increasing measure of devolvedresponsibility and even decision-making.
You're claiming credit for sharing whatever humanitarian or geostrategic concern dictates military action, while opposing the use of the only military power you yourself bearresponsibility for.
According to the NYT , the Clinton inner circle realizes the major political drawback of this line: reinforcing the notion of Clinton (in the NYT 's choice phrase) as "a lawyerly manipulator of language use to evaderesponsibility...technically truthful but not fundamentally honest."
Name organization (if applicable) Address City, State Zip Dear Salutation: Who helps United way help ten-year-old Cindy learnresponsibility and self-esteem at an overnight camp?
The NYT and USAT run inside stories claiming that the man recently arrested in Pakistan and transported back to Nairobi to be questioned further about the Kenya embassy bombing has, according to U.S. authorities, neither admittedresponsibility for the attack nor implicated anybody else.
Should they therefore shoulderresponsibility for the climate of medical/industrial chauvinism that led the Fabius government to let people die of AIDS while awaiting a "French" way of testing blood?
We acknowledgeresponsibility for the preparation of these financial statements and for the judgements used in them.
3 The new Multilateral Agreement on Common Quality Standards, which aims to transferresponsibility for transmission supply quality to the industry (this responsibility currently lies with Transpower).
Fundamentally they move away from placingresponsibility on individuals and their families and instead promote community ownership of problems and solutions.
The provisions of the contract which purport to prescriptively divideresponsibility will not be effective.
Terry also carriesresponsibilities as the Sector Manager for entities in the following portfolios: 229643
Stephen has teachingresponsibilities and co-ordinates the selection and enrolment into the law programmes.
The Proprietor's Board of Carmel College holdsresponsibility for the policy and planning for our capital works and buildings.
Slackers and students and losers and grungeheads, drinking coffee till all hours of the night, sleeping in, passively avoidingresponsibility, and casually dragging our adolescence well into our thirties?
Environmental performance bonds: Environmental bonds shiftresponsibility for controlling deforestation, monitoring and enforcement, to individual producers and consumers who are charged in advance for the potential damage.
A year later he was promoted to position of senior winemaker, with the addedresponsibility of running the winery and laboratory.
One who feelsresponsibility within, acts even when not acting, but there is no sense of done or undone for the wise person free from the sense of responsibility.
Unusually good intelligence, chiefly from the yearlong monitoring of al Qaeda's cell in Nairobi, soon firmly fixedresponsibility on him and his associates.
Negotiate with the students criteria so that they can learn to assess their own progress and set their own goals so that they can take a growingresponsibility for their own quality improvement.
This guiding qualification allows for full guidingresponsibilities and operations management.
Morality involvesresponsibility in our relationships with God, self, others, the earth and its life forms.
But we have noticed that some very large private firms rely on a powerful CEO who has significant control over how money is spent and can hire or fire leaders of the major divisions, assisted by a relatively modest staff, while leavingresponsibility for execution in the operating divisions.
Kutchins and Kirk appear to believe that attaching diagnoses to victims must necessarily be in the service of evil conservatism, but pathologizing misfortune is a technique more often employed by the left than the right--by those, that is to say, who want to mitigateresponsibility by drawing attention to its causes, rather than those who want to assign blame.
The TAPS Adjudicator will have overridingresponsibility for advertisements to comply, appending a TAPS number, key number and initials to approved advertisements.
If the matter is more significant, the Minister may instead passresponsibility for it to another Minister.
Idealists preachresponsibility and courage, which realists dismiss as hubris and folly.
On 1 January 1995 this purchasingresponsibility was taken over by Clinical Training Agency (CTA).
Liberals such as Helen Clark celebrate cultural diversity, recogniseresponsibility for the lingering damage of colonisation and see criminals as often victims themselves.
It is admirable that you regardresponsibility in a different way than the three boys you write about.
Position - please tick the job title that best suits your main library relatedresponsibilities: 829953
Attempts at prohibition or limiting this activity have shown the proclivity of its members to simply move it underground to Washington hotels and Florida resorts in order to skirtresponsibility for its appearance.
The site agreement will specifyresponsibilities of the operator and the Trust.
And as soon as we collude with the lack of responsibility we allow to our institutions, we have of course surrenderedresponsibility for ourselves.
In 1940 Father Jeremiah McGrath appeared on the scene when the Plimmerton parish undertookresponsibility for Pauatahanui.
There is a danger in vestingresponsibility for funding public health services in organisations that are also responsible for funding primary and secondary care services.
Parents are abdicatingresponsibility in huge waves and schools are mutely accepting that they must take on these tasks.
If and when they come to wieldresponsibility themselves, these critics drop their objections and adopt the same policy.
As such this MOU supplements the party's statutory responsibilities; it defines areas of agreedresponsibility and agreed processes.
Clearer language in and better publicity of the Police policy on demonstrations so that both police officers and the public have a clear understanding of where their rights and responsibilitieslie.
Has the Government fully realised the responsibilityinvolved, stop now and address the responsibility.
Consequently, the Board ruled that the advertisement did not meet the requisite "high" standard of social responsibilityrequired.
It's a ceremonial position, a grand title with few responsibilitiesattached.
There is concern that so much of DHB roles and responsibilitiesrelate to public health and yet it is still separated out from core roles.
As a Supreme Being, one of the most powerful forces in the universe, she spends much of the film being slung around, semiconscious, by her male co-star, on whom the awesome responsibilityfalls to convince her that humans are capable of giving love.
Special responsibilityrests with the politicians today.
No rancour, no shrieking, no self-pity: just a comprehensive acceptance of personal responsibilityfollowed by a Sphinx-like silence.
At the highest level, InternetNZ (through its Council) has accepted the responsibilitiesreferred to in RFC1591.
In view of the additional responsibilitiesdelegated to examiners, there will be closer checks on their activity and performance.
Many federal benefits and responsibilitiesdepend on the "marriage" classification, which has a privileged constitutional status that domestic partnership does not.
As people become more and more focused on their abilities, and find themselves supported by their peers through their difficulties, a sense of hope and of personal and relational responsibilitydevelops.
Any obligation for such responsibilityended when the public health sector terminated the provision of residential care in the health sector changes of the 1980s.
(OSHA's responsibilityextends only to indoor air quality for workers, however.)
Officially, the American Bar Association's model code of professional responsibilityforbids a lawyer to "knowingly make a false statement of law or fact."
The second half of the twentieth century witnessed a tremendous growth of the air transport industry, and the FAA's corresponding responsibilitiesgrew enormously from the 1960s through 2001.
Defines clearly all legal responsibilities between the two parties for matters such as: access to properties, trade waste bylaws, issues concerning the Public Works Act 1981, and other responsibilitiesimposed by the Local Government Act.
These new international efforts can create durable habits of visible cooperation, as states willing to step up to their responsibilitiesjoin together in constructive efforts to direct assistance and coordinate action.
"One of the chief responsibilitieslaid upon the shoulders of man, be he young or old, is the responsibility of conserving his moral, mental and physical resources and making the best possible use of them."
It is recommended that this be done as soon as possible to establish trust and work through the issues prior to responsibilitymoving to the DHBs.
The changing role of AP / DP Unit Holders means that opportunities and responsibilitiesopen up for these people to take a real leadership role in our schools.
Ownership and responsibilitypasses to the buyer when goods are handed to the transport carrier.
Their recommendations that new legislation should establish such a distinction and give the Archives special responsibilitypoints a different direction for Commonwealth legislation than the one I am painting here.
Behaviour A lack of self discipline, respect, self-esteem and personal responsibilityprevents many pupils from reaching their potential.
Her responsibilitiesrange from organizing Breathe events to doing the Breathe books.
"The Internet Society of New Zealand" (ISOCNZ) has the delegated responsibilityrecognised by IANA/ICANN for handling registrations in, and administration of, the ".nz" country code top level domain (the DNS service).
These responsibilitiesreflect the Crownâ€™s overall partnership with Maori under the Treaty of Waitangi.
Everybody points out that the Court will be ruling soon on the similar question of employer responsibilitiesregarding supervisors' sexual harassment of workers in a job setting.
The CIA's deputy director for operations, James Pavitt, stressed to us that the responsibilityresided with all involved.
Responsibilityshall not be accepted for sub-standard work caused by defects or unsuitability of such materials.
As decision making has devolved from the autocrat to the ordinary citizen, it is the ordinary citizen--the anonymous Everyman, an embodiment of rights and responsibilitiesshared by all--whose name is increasingly invoked.
When the attack was determined to be al Qaeda-related, responsibilityshifted to the New York Field Office.
Nor has the committee shirked the responsibilitythrust on it by the public or avoided public controversy.
Because Votes are a way of logically grouping appropriations, Ministers should actively look to improve linkages across government spending by pursuing rationalisation of Votes, as changes in portfolio responsibilitiesallow.
The groups offer the opportunity for children to participate in a project that is their own individual responsibilityundertaken beyond the school environment.
Some of these are core responsibilities under legislation, others are responsibilitiesarising from the direction the District has chosen to move in.
While many elements of this charter have relevance to research students and supervisors, there are some specific responsibilitiesassociated with this form of teaching and learning.
"What we are talking about are the sovereign rights of New Zealand to govern and regulate its own Internet use.That responsibilitybelongs to each and every business that uses the Internet," she says.
This month sees a few changes for Te Kukupa as the editorial responsibilitychanges hands.
The piece goes on to quote a White House official with Y2K responsibilitiescomplaining that the problem is wrongly viewed as merely an information technology issue, and a California official who warns, "If social services are disrupted, you'll have more than computer problems.
There are some who seem to feel no responsibilityconcerning paying their tithes into the treasury of the Lord.
Its responsibilitiescover a huge area and relationships with countries who have become active and important players in the region, Mr McKinnon said.
We all know of the research that shows childcare responsibilitiescreate barriers to women working the jobs and hours of work they would prefer.