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  • 141Financial Responsibility Law — A law which requires an individual to prove that he or she is able to pay for damages resulting from an accident. A financial responsibility law does not specifically require the individual to have insurance coverage; instead, the law requires… …

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  • 142environmental responsibility — UK US noun [C, usually singular] ENVIRONMENT, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ► the duty that a company has to operate in a way that protects the environment: »Many institutional investors evaluate a company s environmental responsibility before investing… …

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  • 143individual ministerial responsibility —    Individual responsibility refers to the responsibility of each Government minister for the work of his department. He or she is answerable to the House of Commons for all that happens within it. The positive aspect of this is that Members of… …

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  • 144corporate social responsibility — CSR The encouragement of correct social and environmental practice by organizations. The term corporate social responsibility (CSR) is used widely, in contexts as varied as the following: (i) environmental considerations (as elaborated by… …

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  • 145bear the responsibility — phrase to be responsible for something bear the responsibility for: The Chancellor and his supporters bear the responsibility for starting this row. Thesaurus: to be responsible for somethingsynonym Main entry: bear …

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  • 146Norbert Wiener Award for Social and Professional Responsibility — The Norbert Wiener Award for Social and Professional Responsibility was established in 1987 in honor of Norbert Wiener to recognize contributions by computer professionals to socially responsible use of computers. It is awarded annually by CPSR,… …

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  • 147People For Internet Responsibility — The People For Internet Responsibility (PFIR) is a global, ad hoc network of individuals concerned about the operations, development, management, and regulation of the Internet in responsible ways, co founded by Lauren Weinstein and Peter G.… …

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  • 148Personal Responsibility in Food Consumption Act — The American Personal Responsibility in Food Consumption Act, also known as the Cheeseburger Bill, sought to protect producers and retailers of foods such as McDonald s Corporation from an increasing number of suits and class action suits by… …

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  • 149Family Responsibility Office — The Ontario Family Responsibility Office is a government organization under the auspices of the Ministry of Community and Social Services, and executive director Sharon Van Son.This organization was entrenched under Attorney General Marion Boyd,… …

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  • 150Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act — The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA, USStatute|104|193|110|2105|1996|08|22) is a United States federal law considered to be a fundamental shift in both the method and goal of federal cash assistance …

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  • 151International Law Commission Articles on State Responsibility — The International Law Commission Articles on State Responsibility, adopted in 2001, is a set of articles drafted by the International Law Commission that outlines the main principles of the Law of State Responsibility. External… …

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  • 152Minister of State (with special responsibility for European Affairs) — The Minister of State, who has special reponsibilty for European Affairs, is officially styled Minister of State at the Department of Foreign Affairs (with special responsibility for European Affairs), and is a junior ministerial post in the… …

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  • 153The Responsibility of Intellectuals — [Chomsky, N. The Responsibility of Intellectuals, The New York Review of Books, 8(3) 1967 [http://www.nybooks.com/articles/12172] accessed 13th Jan 07] is an essay by the US academic Noam Chomsky which was published as a special supplement by the …

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  • 154Interstellar Responsibility Quarantine — The Interstellar Responsibility Quarantine (IRQ) posits that there is an inevitable test any intelligent life form must successfully pass, before it can travel to other solar systems. (See F(l i c) x L aspects of the Drake equation). The… …

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  • 155Area of responsibility — (AOR) is an acronym used to define an area with specific geographic boundaries for which a person or organisation bears a certain responsibility.In the US military, an AOR is a pre defined geographic region assigned to a Unified Combatant Command …

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  • 156Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2007 — The Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2007 (USBill|110|H.R.|500) was introduced to the United States Congress by Rep. Nathan Deal of ushr|Georgia|9| on January 16, 2007.The bill, which has eight co sponsors, was referred to the House Administration… …

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  • 157Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility — The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) is a coalition of 275 faith based institutional investors. Founded in 1973, the organization advocates for corporate social responsibility and files shareholder resolutions and engages in… …

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  • 158Scientists for Global Responsibility — Affiliated to the International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES), SGR (scientists for global responsibility UK) promotes the ethical practice and use of science and technology.SGR s main areas of concern are… …

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  • 159Texans for Fiscal Responsibility — Infobox Non profit Non profit name = Texans for Fiscal Responsibility Non profit founded date = 2006 founder = location = Austin, Texas origins = key people = Michael Quinn Sullivan area served = Texas focus = Taxpayer Advocacy method = revenue …

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  • 160Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research — (PRIM R) is a membership based 501(c)(3) non profit organization in the United States which is dedicated to advancing ethical standards in the conduct of biomedical and social, behavioral, and educational research. In keeping with both federal… …

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