Donors must also fulfil long-standing aid commitments.
Businesses are also using new channels to fulfil consumer demand.
Electronics companies cannot fulfil orders because of a shortage of IT engineers.
Therefore, to fulfil its legal obligations, YouTube turned to an algorithmic solution.
Secondary functions are those we have reason to want the law to fulfil if it fails to fulfil its primary functions.
However, motivated by suspicion of that latter idea, theorists of alienation have sometimes sought alternatives to fulfil that role.
Public discontent has grown with Mnangagwa, who has struggled to fulfil promises of economic prosperity and greater political freedom.
The cells of multicellular animals and plants must also differentiate , so that its cells develop features that enable them to fulfil specific roles.
We believe that delivering services that enable audiences to fulfil their human values should be at the forefront of any organisation’s offering to its patrons.
Shot over ten years, this documentary chronicles Australian David Mayman's seemingly impossible quest to fulfil his childhood dream to build and fly the world’s first jetpack.
I would rather ask the question more generally, and only enquire whether the things which fulfil their ends fulfil them by their own proper excellence, and fail of fulfilling them by their own defect?
Last month the chief minister of Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif, announced that his party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), which also runs the national government, will shortly fulfil its campaign promise to end blackouts.
But the former 'weightlifting wonderkid', now 25, won Commonwealth silver last year and European bronze this year and hopes to prove she can still fulfil her potential by delivering a major performance at the World Championships in Thailand this week.
While Mr Johnson has positioned crime and justice as a central pillar of his tenure as prime minister, and the Conservatives’ election manifesto, campaigners are concerned that commitments “will not be backed up” with the funding needed to fulfil them.
He asked Prime Minister Boris Johnson: "What is this government doing during this health crisis to make sure the once world beating, but now privatised, Royal Mail, is sufficiently robust to fulfil its duty to the public - particularly in rural areas?"
Royal Mail, WH Smiths, Alan Sugar, and management consultants PwC are among more than 50 companies asking the prime minister to fulfil her manifesto pledge to update health and safety regulations and put mental and physical conditions on equal footing.
The company said: “PanAust remains committed to working with its communities, the government of Papua New Guinea and other relevant stakeholders to fulfil its statutory requirements and obtain the necessary permits to progress the Frieda river Project.”
The retailer ran its first Super Bowl commercial ever in the first quarter, a 60-second spot that featured characters and vehicles from franchises like Arrival, Men in Black, and Star Wars all coming together to fulfil online orders curbside at Walmart.
“Post-approval requirements are critical to ensuring the safety and effectiveness of the medical products we regulate and we’ll continue to hold manufacturers accountable when they fail to fulfil these obligations,” said Scott Gottlieb, FDA commissioner.
States should also work with the UN, the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement, and other humanitarian organisations to fulfil their obligations under the treaty to assist victims of nuclear use and testing and support feasible remediation of environments contaminated by nuclear tests.
- put in effect
- fill, satisfy or meet a want or need or condition or restriction
- meet the requirements or expectations of
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