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Now the onus could shift to Americans to claim the money on their tax refund — further delaying relief to struggling, lower-income Americans.
The economic downturn is a real challenge, and puts the onus on us as a business to make sure we are as accessible to people as possible.
While Felsen and other experts placed the majority of the onus for workplace safety on the employer, a top TOSHA official noted that the workers bore some responsibility too.
A TEMP WORKER DIED ON THE JOB AFTER FEDEX DIDN’T FIX A KNOWN HAZARD. THE FINE: $7,000.BY WENDI C. THOMAS, MLK50: JUSTICE THROUGH JOURNALISMDECEMBER 23, 2020PROPUBLICA
The lease-to-own arrangement put the onus on the city to handle repair costs that have skyrocketed while traditional leases leave those costs and responsibilities to landlords.
So the onus still falls on parents to decide how much information is right for their children.
There is an onus on women to lean in in a culture, frequently, that doesn’t welcome that leaning in at all.
The onus falls on workers to stay home if they notice symptoms, get tested, report back on results and recall whom they were in contact with.
On him, and on him alone, falls the crushing onus of responsibility: to be a Corps Commander is child's play in that comparison.
Nor is it enough that science can urge nothing in disproof—the onus probandi lies with those who affirm.
If the record were received generally by any nation, the onus probandi would in that case lie with those who impugned it.
THOUGHTS ON A REVELATIONSAMUEL JOHN JERRAM

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