from The Century Dictionary.
- In an accountable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In an accountable manner.
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The Congress has failed to accountably measure the impacts, both positive and negative, of using taxpayer dollars to stimulate or supplement deployment of intermittent electricity generation technologies.
My client cannot be held accountably for the hypothetical deaths in some imaginary future.
Students learn how hard it is to operate openly, responsibly and accountably.
And, I hope, pass laws sooner rather than later to demilitarise the police; ban Tasers and rubber bullets; criminalise police and politician violence against free speech activities; demand prosecutions for financial fraud; compel the corporate books that unaccountably swallow billions in tax revenue to be audited; investigate torturers; bring home soldiers from corporate wars of choice – and rebuild society, this time from the grassroots up, accountably, lawfully and democratically.
He must be held accountably for all of his crimes just as every else would.
When one looks at progress on tests that are "low stakes," in the sense that teachers will not be punished based on the test scores and, thus, have no incentive to inflate those scores, the accountably regime is a failure.
Others offered a half-baked and half-hearted criticism that the money being donated wouldn't be accountably tracked -- as if it were being accountably tracked before it were donated?
Without financing risk-taking accountably, whether on personal or national levels, there is no leapfrogging.
People and societies prosper when risk-taking is accountably leveraged and institutions exist that allow people to correct their mistakes quickly.
The question becomes: If leapfrogging is so simple, why is "financing risk-taking accountably" so difficult?