People increasingly complain about a disconnect between politicians and the public they are duty-bound
Hasan Ismaik: "Duty-bound
to give UAE nationals an opportunity"
A key member of the party, MP Ibrahim Kanaan, told the radio this morning that Aoun "expects Prime Minister designate Najib Mikati is duty-bound
to disclose to the people the results of his consultations" over the past four months.
Our Government isn't duty-bound
to help as an act of altruism, a kinship with the people over the Irish Sea, although that should be reason enough.
Reuven Moshkovitz, 82, one of those on board the Irene and a Holocaust survivor told AFP she felt duty-bound
to attempt the voyage, which is expected to take around 36 hours.
I therefore feel duty-bound
to share with your readers the wonderful experience I had on Monday, April 6, at the day surgery unit at Heartlands Hospital.
As Laurence adjusts to life in the Corps, he remains honorable and duty-bound
and earns the respect of the Corps dragons and their officers.
It asserted in Lumen Gentium that "to the extent of their knowledge, competence, or authority, the laity are entitled, and indeed sometimes duty-bound
, to express their opinion on matters which concern the good of the church."
The political moral of Layard's story is that we are duty-bound
to contrive a more Swedish America (and Britain), a point the prescient Labour Party economist was pressing years before he chanced upon the exciting "new science" of happiness.
However, if the prison officer says he is innocent, we're duty-bound
to support him."
In a statement submitted to a House Financial Services subcommittee, he said, "Although Fannie Mae is a company that receives accolades for providing a diverse and positive work environment, it is also plagued by a corporate culture that uses threats, intimidation, and reprisal to create an atmosphere where even those employees with great integrity--employees who rightfully feel duty-bound
to report improprieties and irregularities--cannot risk doing so, fearing the retaliation that they know will follow." Sources close to the situation report he received a settlement of more than $1 million after threatening a whistle-blower lawsuit citing racial discrimination.
His big brothers and sisters felt duty-bound
to educate him in the ways of being a mouse.
He went on: 'We believe the Parliamentary Ombudsman is now duty-bound
to investigate the issue of regulatory maladministration and, if appropriate, to recommend compensation.' Mr Treves said the society had written to MPs calling for the inquiry to be reopened, and added he and chief executive Charles Thomson were meeting Ms Abraham next Tuesday.
But our judges have long since declined to take direction from the statutes they are duty-bound
His Dickensian view of life drove him to paint the world as he would like it to be--no drunken fathers or self-centered mothers, only kindly doctors, duty-bound
soldiers, and regular folks at their daily occupations.