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  • n. Plural form of sibility.


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  • The subject of De iciarchia (1469) is the public respon - sibilities (chiefly educational) of the humanist scholar.


  • F.C. Matthiessen pleaded in 1949 for the social “respon - sibilities of the critic,” in The Responsibilities of the


  • The respon - sibilities of leading a mass party were regarded as substantially different from those appropriate to Marx's own day, when socialist praxis found expression in factional struggles between small groups of intellec - tuals.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Men had obviously all along filled differ - ent roles requiring different skills and directed toward different purposes; and their respective duties, respon - sibilities, and powers had varied across a wide spec - trum.


  • Huldy's a gal that's always too ventersome about takin '' spon-sibilities she don't know nothin 'about.'

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  • It was a step towards freedom to be allowed to bear the respon - sibilities of a freeman, and I was determined to hold on upon it.

    Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave

  • Each supplements the special gifts and respon - sibilities of the other.

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  • Biblical faith is concerned not with rights but with respon - sibilities.

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  • The managing member directs the business Income to interest expense in fiscal 2007 is $33 million. activities and operations of GMC and has fiduciary respon - The amount reclassified from Accumulated Other Compre - sibilities to GMC and its members.

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  • As marketing interns, their respon-sibilities will be to assist in coordin-ating this year's Step out to fight Diabetes walk, taking place in Ocean City on Nov. 7 in Ocean City.



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