responsible

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  • He is responsible for any bill sent to the President from the assembly.
  • A computer system is no more secure than the persons responsible for its operation.
  • To none of these were the institutions of full responsible self-government granted. Cited from The Expansion Of Europe, by Ramsay Muir
  • This is also responsible for the name of the group.
  • Most continued after being assured that they would not be held responsible.
  • Each reserve Bank is responsible for member banks located in its district.
  • He may have been responsible for the first known use of columns to support a building.
  • Responsible for emergency re-writing, he also directed the film's first scenes.
  • During that time, the military was responsible for the maintenance of civil facilities and services.
  • They were formally responsible for both military and civil administrative functions for their command areas.
  • Henry was responsible for a substantial expansion of the royal justice system.
  • On court, the point guard is usually responsible for indicating which play will occur.
  • The gene responsible for this feature has not yet been identified.
  • A local Party Committee is responsible to the Party Committee at the next higher level.
  • He was also responsible for the Health and Safety at Work Act.
  • He succeeded in having himself credited as the person most responsible for the design and vision of the bridge.
  • The boroughs are responsible for many activities that had previously been run by the central city.
  • The Governor is responsible for matters of defence and security only.
  • The cabinet is chosen from among members of both houses of Parliament and is responsible to that body.
  • The Council is responsible for carrying out both foreign and domestic policies.
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Meaning of responsible

  • adjective Worthy of or requiring responsibility or trust; or held accountable
    a responsible adult, responsible journalism, a responsible position, the captain is responsible for the ship's safety, the cabinet is responsible to the parliament