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commitment

1. the referral of a bill to a committee or legislature
2. Law a written order of a court directing that a person be imprisoned

commitment

[kə′mit·mənt]
(cell and molecular biology)
The establishment of a unique developmental sequence in a cell that differs from the prior state.
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These commitments, he argued, should safeguard riders from any anticompetitive practice that may arise from Grab's virtual monopoly of the ride-hailing market.
If the PCC and Grab fail to reach an agreement on a new set of voluntary commitments, the conditional clearance on the merger will be reevaluated by the competition body.
Including a (https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/07/11/jetblue-chooses-the-airbus-a220-to-replace-its-emb.aspx) firm order for 60 A220-300s  placed by JetBlue a week before the air show, Airbus has now captured more than 750 firm orders and commitments year to date.
Boeing reported an even stronger order haul at the Farnborough Airshow, with a total of 673 firm orders and commitments. However, it exaggerated its performance with some dubious counting methodology.
- there is a positive correlation between commitment and willingness to remain;
- employee commitment is associated with factors that relevant to corporate success and business outcomes (e.g.
Teachers prepare the future generation but if they lack commitment it is not fruitful.
We want to assess the commitment of teacher educators of GCETs.
ICT workers, organisational commitment, normative commitment, professional commitment, flexible work practices.
Potential ICT labour market skill shortages arguably place a greater onus on Australian firms to reduce ICT worker turnover and improve productivity, factors that have been positively linked to organisational commitment (Reichers, 1985; Somers, 1995).
This profession has specific criteria, including a strong commitment to offering services to the society, belief in each individual's respect and value, commitment to education and autonomy (Jafaragaee .
Commitment is a Latin word, derived from committere, that means combination of thigs, believes of someone and actions that he indented to do, e.g.