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nonaccountability

Definitions

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  • noun Absence of accountability.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ accountability

Examples

  • The principle of nonaccountability follows: We cannot properly assume these lawyers identify or sympathize with their clients 'goals.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • The principle of nonaccountability follows: We cannot properly assume these lawyers identify or sympathize with their clients 'goals.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • Those principles are: the principle of partisanship — the adversarial system in which each side presents its best evidence to an impartial tribunal; the principle of neutrality; and the principle of nonaccountability.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • The principle of nonaccountability follows: We cannot properly assume these lawyers identify or sympathize with their clients 'goals.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • Those principles are: the principle of partisanship — the adversarial system in which each side presents its best evidence to an impartial tribunal; the principle of neutrality; and the principle of nonaccountability.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • The principle of nonaccountability follows: We cannot properly assume these lawyers identify or sympathize with their clients 'goals.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • Those principles are: the principle of partisanship — the adversarial system in which each side presents its best evidence to an impartial tribunal; the principle of neutrality; and the principle of nonaccountability.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • Those principles are: the principle of partisanship — the adversarial system in which each side presents its best evidence to an impartial tribunal; the principle of neutrality; and the principle of nonaccountability.

    The Case for Unpopular Clients

  • In fact, public nonaccountability and lack of accurate information have contributed to the spread of the communicable disease.

    Ideological prejudices kill 200 diarrhea patients in Nepal

  • Even the online Huffington Post, which pioneered nonaccountability, has announced upcoming changes, including - according to a report in the

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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