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  • But, when the order to fire was given, the gun failed to respond.
  • This gives them a two-month period within which to respond.
  • Deal was the only person to respond, even though her main instrument was guitar.
  • Surface forces are likely to respond to enemy air activity with anti-aircraft warfare.
  • The idea was that these smaller divisions would be better able to respond to the market.
  • Response time is the total amount of time it takes to respond to a request for service.
  • One of his major themes is for contemporary art to respond to social issues.
  • Because of his death his representatives were given more time to respond to the ruling.
  • We were too young to really know how to respond effectively.
  • The leadership was divided on how to respond to the movement as early as mid-April.
  • This is important during a disaster response because not all members of a regular team may be available to respond.
  • The project was partially expected to respond to the needs of the local community.
  • In other words, there is leadership of small groups often created to respond to a situation or critical incident.
  • The authority has two (on environmental issues) or four weeks to respond.
  • After the two recovered, they appeared before a grand jury to respond to all charges brought against them.
  • After the men recovered, they appeared before a grand jury to respond to any charges brought against them.
  • The new federal government in the United States was uncertain how to respond.
  • As a result, central planners would be unable to respond to local economic conditions.
  • They both were determined to respond to the dilemma of the working class upon their release from prison.
  • Although obliged to respond, they maintain the freedom to choose the method by which they do so.
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