duty

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  • Info Duty is a term that conveys a sense of moral commitment or obligation to someone or something. more...
  • He was returned to active duty when he left office eight years later. ...
  • They also engaged together in a work which was the duty only of one. ...
  • She spent most of the following two years on training runs and ordinary duty. ...
  • To date seven officers have died in the line of duty.
  • They were expected to take part in any military campaign when they would be called for duty. ...
  • In addition to his university duties, he had a large legal practice in London. ...
  • Sex within marriage is the woman's right and the man's duty. ...
  • It was his second tour of duty in the Canadian military. ...
  • In all those time he returned to his duties in the Kings front office. ...
  • He would not return to front line duty until October. ...
  • They were worn with pride as a sign of having served front line duty. ...
  • When France declared war on Germany, he was ordered to report for military duty. ...
  • There was no duty to report a death to anyone in authority. ...
  • Some duties are based in part on value and in part on quantity. ...
  • Each service has additional educational benefit programs for active duty members. ...
  • Another aspect of the agreement is to be given duty-free access to its products. ...
  • In live performances, the band members share duties throughout most songs.
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Meaning of duty

  • noun The social force that binds you to the courses of action demanded by that force; every opportunity, an obligation; every possession, a duty"- john d.rockefeller jr
    we must instill a sense of duty in our children, every right implies a responsibility
  • noun Work that you are obliged to perform for moral or legal reasons
    the duties of the job
  • noun A government tax on imports or exports
    they signed a treaty to lower duties on trade between their countries