Responsibility

  • 41responsibility — Duty; bounden duty. Obligation; liability. Crockett v Barre, 66 Vt 269, 272, 29 A 147 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 42Responsibility to protect — (R2P) is a recently developed concept in international relations which relates to a state s responsibilities towards its population and to the international community s responsibility in case a state fails to fulfil its responsibilities. One… …

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  • 43Responsibility assumption — is a doctrine in the personal growth field holding that each individual has substantial or total responsibility for the events and circumstances that befall them in their life. While there is little that is notable about the notion that each… …

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  • 44Responsibility assignment matrix — (RAM) is typically used to link activities to resources to ensure that the scope s components are each assigned to an individual or team ( Source: [http://www.pmi.org/ Project Management Institute] ). One type of RAM is based on the RACI format… …

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  • 45Responsibility system — (contract responsibility system or household responsibility system) was a practice in the People s Republic of China, first adopted in agriculture in 1981 and later extended to other sectors of the economy, by which local managers are held… …

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  • 46Responsibility in DUI Laws — Responsibility in DUI Laws, Inc. (RIDL) is a non profit organization of citizens who are concerned over what they see as temperance oriented trends in driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) laws as well as how they… …

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  • 47Responsibility for the September 11 attacks — Soon after the September 11 attacks, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was able to identify the 19 hijackers [cite press release |url=http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel01/092701hjpic.htm |title=The FBI releases 19 photographs of individuals… …

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  • 48Responsibility for the Holocaust — Historians differ as to where the responsibility for the Holocaust lies. Intentionalist historians such as Lucy Dawidowicz argue that Hitler planned the extermination of the Jewish people from as early as 1918, and that he personally oversaw its… …

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  • 49Responsibility for the death of Jesus — The responsibility for the death of Jesus has, in Christianity, both historical and theological aspects. In addition, the deicide charge against Jews is among the cornerstones of antisemitism.The primary sources for both inquiries are the Gospel… …

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  • 50responsibility, moral —    One has the moral responsibility to perform certain actions (such as worshipping God) and to avoid others (such as idolatry and murder). Furthermore, one is worthy of moral blame if one does not do what one should or does what one should not.… …

    Christian Philosophy

  • 51Responsibility to Protect — Der Begriff Responsibility to Protect (auch R2P; deutsch Verantwortung zum Schutz) ist ein relativ neues Konzept der internationalen Politik. Unter dem Schlagwort R2P wird eine ethische und moralische Verantwortlichkeit der internationalen… …

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  • 52Responsibility to protect — Der Begriff Responsibility to Protect (auch R2P; deutsch Verantwortung zum Schutz) ist ein relativ neues Konzept der internationalen Politik. Unter dem Schlagwort R2P wird eine ethische und moralische Verantwortlichkeit der internationalen… …

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  • 53Responsibility (song) — Infobox Single Name = Responsibility Caption = Artist = MxPx from Album = The Ever Passing Moment A side = B side = Released = 2000 Format = Vinyl Recorded = Genre = Pop punk Length = 2:40 Label = A M Writer = Producer = Jerry Finn Certification …

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  • 54Responsibility (novel) — Not to be confused with the concept, Responsibility Responsibility is a novel by New Zealand author Nigel Cox, published by Victoria University Press in 2005.The novel is set in contemporary Berlin, and tells the story of an expatriate New… …

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  • 55responsibility accounting — A management accounting system designed to provide information to all levels of an organization, based on the responsibility of the individual managers for particular items of expenditure or income. Budgetary control and standard costing are both …

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  • 56responsibility centre — A section or area of an organization the costs or income of which can be assigned to be the responsibility of a particular manager. A responsibility centre may be a department, cost centre, division, profit centre, or investment centre. Its size… …

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  • 57Responsibility of Shipowners Act 1733 — The Responsibility of Shipowners Act 1733 (7 Geo. II, c.15) was an Act of Parliament of the Parliament of Great Britain passed in 1734. The Act was introduced for the protection of shipowners, following a petition presented to the House of… …

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  • 58responsibility laws — See financial responsibility laws …

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  • 59Responsibility schedule — Должностная инструкция …

    Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • 60Responsibility Accounting — ⇡ verantwortungsorientiertes Rechnungswesen …

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