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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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While I agree that carbon emissions are a measure of the pollution we create and the natural resources we waste and, as such, must be brought under control, I think it is bordering on the downright wicked to use such spurious links as increased carbon emissions and changing weather patterns to make political capital and attempt to frighten people into your way of thinking - a way of thinking they are perfectly entitled, if not duty bound, to disagree with.
She must realise they are duty bound by soap law to separate within months of exchanging rings.
Neither species are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act, but the agency felt duty bound to highlight its discovery.
Yet she proclaims and is in duty bound to proclaim without fail, Christ who is the way, the truth and the life (Jn.
The FAI are duty bound to distribute 2,000 tickets to Lansdowne Road block bookers, players and sponsors.
However, they were duty bound to follow up reports of fires just in case.
Starr, in a brief statement, said, ``As I see it, we are duty bound to assist the House managers in the constitutional process.
As a client fiduciary, we are duty bound to make decisions based solely on the client's best interest, which also means we will not take kickbacks, gifts or rebates from freight carriers.
He added that the government servants are duty bound to serve the people and address their problems on priority basis.
So Billy Joe reluctantly Duty bound he went to war To kill some other quiet boys On some far distant shore We're truly deeply sorry She heard the Captain say Billy Joe died for his country You must be proud of him today He pinned on her a medal Tears well'd in her eyes She took the flag he gave her A consolation prize Billy Joe was not a fighter He was just a quiet boy Never took to guns and things And killing brought no joy Billy Joe was not a fighter He was just a quiet boy He was just a quiet boy by Dowie Rice, Mollington, Nr Chester
A TSS spokesman said: "We hope it will not become necessary to impose penalty charges on any estate agents for non-compliance, nonetheless we are duty bound to enforce this new law.
Under-fire Wise is still on a playing contract at the New Den and Millwall are duty bound to honour it.
Gloucester police spokeswoman Kate Nelmes said 'We did receive a report of this incident and we were duty bound to follow it up.
The Church is duty bound for moral reasons to expose to people of faith the truth about abortion and abortifacient birth control that puts pre-born children at grave risk.
But agent Philip Graham said a contract must be agreed soon or he would be duty bound to find the 22-year-old another club.