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be the duty of or be someone's duty

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off duty

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an act or course of action that is demanded of one, as by position, custom, law, or religion

a piece of work that has been assigned

the condition of being put to use

a compulsory contribution, usually of money, that is required for the support of a government

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FEARS The NBA says a reduction in import tariffs will have a devastating impact on European beef production.
Fast food providers and other restaurants are strongly opposed to the government's plan to raise the import tariff on beef.
The move was made in response to the United States' decision to impose import tariffs to protect its own beleaguered steel industry.
The FTA with South Korea will eliminate its 8% import tariffs on all automobiles and auto parts from the North American country while Canada will reduce its current 6.
Regarding oil prices) we are thinking of a scenario of lowering import tariffs first, if necessary, although we will wait and see more," Yoon told parliament.
In addition, we favorably note that the government supports local producers of food, having increased import tariffs: recently, the government increased import tariffs for cheese and earlier this year import tariffs for milk and cream.
The decline has worsened particularly since Prime Minister Vladimir Putin raised vehicle import tariffs in January to protect domestic automakers.
The EU-India trade agreement, which will see 90% of import tariffs cut to zero, is expected to be agreed and in place by 2010-2011
A POLITICAL struggle has broken out at the European Union (EU) Council of Ministers between EU olive oil importing and exporting countries over the current level import tariffs for the product.
The impasse reflects the conflict between richer countries that want to sell more of their industrial goods to poorer nations by bringing down the latter's import tariffs and developing countries that want to protect their domestic industries from foreign competition.
Europe's Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson has offered huge farm concessions in the world trade talks - including cuts of up to 60 per cent in the EU's highest agriculture import tariffs.
Import tariffs on beef should remain in place until the standard of foreign products can be assured, according to Meat and Livestock Commission director general Kevin Roberts.
Import tariffs on beef should not be swept away until the standard of foreign products can be assured, Meat and Livestock Commission director general Kevin Roberts told delegates at the Commission's Outlook conference today.
The process of harmonization of import tariffs is expected to be completed in 2010.