responsibility


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responsibility

In object technology, a processing step that an object can perform.
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Responsibility is of two kinds -- to censure and to punishment.
But one of the weightiest objections to a plurality in the Executive, and which lies as much against the last as the first plan, is, that it tends to conceal faults and destroy responsibility.
Let us all take more responsibility, not only for ourselves and our families, but for our communities and our country.
I don't think you've any right to put such a responsibility on her.
But don't do this solely on your own responsibility.
He boldly took the whole responsibility for what happened, and his darkened mind found justification in the belief that among the hundreds of thousands who perished there were fewer Frenchmen than Hessians and Bavarians.
You appear to me to be the very touchstone of responsibility.
Now, my dear Miss Summerson, if you want common sense, responsibility, and respectability, all united--if you want an exemplary man--Vholes is THE man.
Finding that I must assume responsibility for these creatures, whether I would or not, I made the best of it and directed them to find quarters on the upper floors, leaving the third floor to me.
I meant that the ability to write for the Press was a great responsibility," said Aunt Jamesina severely.
It might not have been in any way his fault, as, in the case of the Coldwater, it could not possibly have been justly charged to my account that the gravitation-screen generators were worthless; but well I knew that should chance have it that we were blown across thirty today--as we might easily be before the terrific west wind that we could hear howling below us, the responsibility would fall upon my shoulders.
It seemed to free her of a responsibility which she had blindly assumed and for which Fate had not fitted her.

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