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  • 161Physicians for Social Responsibility — (PSR) is a non profit environmental advocacy organization working mainly against nuclear warfare, nuclear proliferation, global warming, and toxic degradation of the environment. Founded in 1961, it has 32,400 members, 31 chapters, and over 60… …

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  • 162Corporate Organizational Responsibility — Bei der Corporate Organizational Responsibility (COR) geht es darum, dass vor allem Führungskräfte und Manager die Folgen ihrer Einzel , Abteilungs und Bereichsentscheidungen wieder in den Gesamtzusammenhang der Organisation stellen. Zentral… …

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  • 163Chain of Responsibility (patrón de diseño) — El patrón de diseño Chain of Responsibility permite establecer una cadena de objetos receptores a través de los cuales se pasa una petición formulada por un objeto emisor. Cualquiera de los objetos receptores puede responder a la petición en… …

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  • 164Franklin D. Roosevelt: Call for Federal Responsibility — ▪ Primary Source               What do the people of America want more than anything else? Franklin D. Roosevelt asked in his unprecedented speech before the Democratic Convention in Chicago that had just nominated him the presidential candidate …

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  • 165personal financial responsibility counseling — A class intended to teach budgeting and debt management skills to those who have filed for bankruptcy. Under the 2005 bankruptcy law, someone who files for bankruptcy must get personal financial responsibility counseling before he or she can… …

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  • 166Movement of National Responsibility — The Movement of National Responsibility (Movimento di Responsabilità Nazionale, MRN) is a tiny centrist parliamentary political party in Italy. The party was founded on 9 December 2010 by three deputies coming from centre left parties and headed… …

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  • 167Financial Crisis Responsibility Fee — A tax proposed in 2010 to be levied on financial firms that received money from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). The Financial Crisis Responsibility Fee would continue to be used until the United States recoups the costs from stabilizing …

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  • 168Notice Of Non-Responsibility — A written notice provided by the owner or agent of a project. The notice of non responsibility shields the owner from any lien stemming from the failure to order labor or supplies necessary to complete the project. This notice is used by… …

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  • 169financial responsibility acts — State statutes that require owners of motor vehicles to produce proof of financial accountability as a condition to acquiring a license and registration so that judgments rendered against them arising out of the operation of the vehicles may be… …

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  • 170professional responsibility — The obligation of lawyers to adhere to rules of professional conduct. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005. professional responsibility The obligation of lawyers to adh …

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  • 171acceptance of responsibility — acceptance of responsibility: a convicted federal defendant s acknowledgment of and remorse for his or her crime such that the sentencing judge has the discretion under the federal sentencing guidelines to reduce the offense level and so impose a …

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  • 172financial responsibility law — n: a law that requires a driver involved in an accident to provide proof of the ability to pay a judgment obtained against him or her Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 173partial responsibility — partial re·spon·si·bil·i·ty n: diminished responsibility Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 174diminished responsibility — N UNCOUNT In law, diminished responsibility is a defence which states that someone is not mentally well enough to be totally responsible for their crime. Borland was cleared of murder but found guilty of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished… …

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  • 175shift responsibility — • shift the blame (onto) • shift responsibility (onto) to try to transfer the weight or focus of blame or responsibility, misdirecting it from where it belongs, in order to avoid it (also to put the blame on) (same as to pass the buck) …

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  • 176shift responsibility onto — • shift the blame (onto) • shift responsibility (onto) to try to transfer the weight or focus of blame or responsibility, misdirecting it from where it belongs, in order to avoid it (also to put the blame on) (same as to pass the buck) …

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  • 177bear the responsibility — to be responsible for something bear the responsibility for: The Chancellor and his supporters bear the responsibility for starting this row …

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  • 178financial responsibility laws — Statutes requiring proof of financial responsibility as a condition of the granting of a driver s license or certificate of registration; statutes providing for the suspension or revocation of a driver s license or certificate of registration for …

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  • 179have a responsibility (to do something) — have a duty/responsibility/obligation/etc (to do something) phrase if you have a duty, responsibility etc, you should or must do something I have a duty to report anything suspicious to the police. Employers have an obligation to provide safe… …

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  • 180Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 — The Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (TEFRA), a United States federal law, rescinded some of the effects of the Economic Recovery Tax Act (ERTA, colloquially known as the Kemp Roth Tax Cut) passed the year before.The scheduled… …

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