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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Our stories focus on holding the powerful accountable in service of the public.
ARE YOU PARTICIPATING IN A VACCINE TRIAL? ARE YOU RUNNING ONE? WE’D LIKE TO HEAR ABOUT IT.BY CAROLINE CHEN, RYAN GABRIELSON AND ISAAC ARNSDORFSEPTEMBER 17, 2020PROPUBLICA
That being said, if you have the potential for a trigger, and you’re not honest with yourself about there being doubt, and you end up being wrong — then you do run the risk of being held accountable to that.
Thank you to the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press for joining us in this effort to hold the administration accountable and to get answers to these important questions.
He also argued that the Lausanne, Switzerland–based organization should be held accountable for misinforming hosts about the real risks.
A PBC has an obligation to state a public purpose beyond profit, to fulfill that purpose as part of the responsibilities of its directors, and to be accountable for so doing.
If you give your employees more freedom instead of developing processes to prevent them from exercising their own judgment, they will make better decisions and it’s easier to hold them accountable.
To solve it, the country should be investing in education and holding the financiers of fake-news networks accountable.
The new Digital Regulatory Agency would focus on making platforms more transparent and accountable, not on debating particular pieces of content.
The company is now pursuing becoming a public benefit corporation, which has a legal framework that holds a company accountable for its bottom line from profit and social impact perspective.
For-profit insurance companies don’t want to spend the time and money it takes to hold fraudulent medical providers accountable, former fraud investigators have told ProPublica.

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