- n. Plural form of responsibility.
“Ministerial officers may be required, in some cases to act at their peril as to _civil_ responsibilities, but as to _criminal responsibilities_ never.”
“These tour preparations have included but were not limited to such diverse elements as a marathon of hair dyeing, testing and charging of electronic devices, wrapping up dayjob responsibilities in favor of next week’s dayjob responsibilities*, and shopping like a madwoman for travel supplies — plus a few clothes that might trick people into thinking I’m a moderately civilized adult.”
“Adding public education to their staple of responsibilities is ludicrous.”
“Agreed with what the others said — the father has agreed to certain responsibilities in order for his son to receive probation.”
“Any officer who thinks that the office of constable gives him rights, rather than responsibilities, is in the wrong job.”
“When I told the den mother about him, she scoffed and said I take my block-captain responsibilities too seriously.”
“But UTV Media, owner of BBC 5 Live rival TalkSport, said it was relatively straightforward for the BBC to showcase less popular sports during the biggest multidiscipline event ever staged in the UK.UTV called on the corporation to "grasp its longer-term responsibilities to support a permanent legacy for the Olympics".”
“That separation of responsibilities is part of the reason Mexican consulates sometimes (often?) give out wrong information about aduana matters.”
“I understood what he was doing, that he had certain responsibilities as Democratic leader, he said.”
“The Obama administration has proposed taking all consumer protection responsibilities from the existing regulators and consolidating them in one new agency, so that consumers are not consistently an afterthought.”
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