Fully, “to be FULLIED,” to be committed for trial.
“We are committed to honouring Roger and his work.
“Methodological” behaviorism is committed to the truth of (1).
“We are, however, committed to ensuring that our business remains strong and sustainable.
She is committed to the view that there are no natural immaterials.
The kind elephant is the smallest kind to which ‘∃x Elephant(x)’ is committed.
Committed revenue is an important metric that WeWork tracks in quarterly reports to bondholders.
Decades were to go by with many more people dying before he became committed to a purely political path.
Three men have been arrested in connection with assaults committed in Salzburg, Austria, on the same evening.
They committed against me the most inhuman, the most infamous, the most monstrous crime which can be committed against a human creature.
''It has served to put an important wedge between the people committed to using violence and the people committed to practicing their faith through other means.''
They then subdivided the second category into the moderately violent (who had committed fewer than ten such crimes) and the extremely violent (who had committed ten or more).
It extends in various countries in varying degrees to all offenses committed by members of the forces and to offenses injurious to discipline committed by persons who are not members of those forces.
In other words, rule-consequentialism needs to be formulated so as to conceptualise society as containing some people insufficiently committed to the right rules, and even some people never committed to any moral rules.
It is unclear, for instance, what it could mean to be committed to believing Q (rather than just being committed to Q) if this is not to be explicated as being committed to cultivating the belief that Q.
Gilbert takes this not to imply that the individuals involved are (or have to be) personally committed to the attitude in question, e.g., that each or any of them believes what they are jointly committed to believing as a body (cf.
“Because our Senate majority committed to confirming President Trump’s excellent judicial nominees — and particularly because we committed to supporting his Supreme Court nominees — the American people expanded the Republican majority in 2018,” Mr.
The group is committed to delivering the highest standards of ethics, compliance and transparency, and we have committed to sharing an update on the findings of Ms Levitt’s review, our response, and the actions that we will take to address any failings at the end of September.
Ex post facto law, law that retroactively makes criminal conduct that was not criminal when performed, increases the punishment for crimes already committed, or changes the rules of procedure in force at the time an alleged crime was committed in a way substantially disadvantageous to the accused.
The letter signed by Schona Jolly, the chair of the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales, adds: “Waiting for a judicial determination by an international court or body that genocide has been committed or is being committed, where it is not apparent that there is any likely or realistic route to such a determination, undermines the object and purpose of the obligation to prevent: to ensure, in so far as is possible, that genocide is never again committed.”
- bound or obligated, as under a pledge to a particular cause, action, or attitude
Example: committed church members
- associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
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The letter signed by Schona Jolly the chair of the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales adds Waiting for a judicial determination by an international court or body that genocide has been committed or is being committed where it is not apparent that there is any likely or realistic route to such a determination undermines the object and purpose of the obligation to prevent to ensure in so far as is possible that genocide is never again committed