bear the responsibility of

See: hold, possess
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I had proved my - my system to myself, and I have rigidly administered it; and I must bear the responsibility of its failures.
Let the others bear the responsibility of this error which started in 2005 and which I am not willing to go on with.
But adults still bear the responsibility of keeping their hands off of them.
The debate has changed, and I think the next administration will bear the responsibility of continuing to grow on the bases already put in place.
Otherwise, this government will bear the responsibility of presenting their diplomats as sacrifices,' the statement said.
LMDC and the Port Authority could have completed the proper documentation of the footprints and had a meaningful consultation with the National Park Service months ago, and for their repeated failure to do this, they will bear the responsibility of any delays in the redevelopment," said Reilly in a prepared statement.
The employer must bear the responsibility of making sure the workplace is safe after determining whether the environment is hazardous or non-hazardous as defined in the NEC.
The Holy See may not divest itself of this responsibility, and the bishops, who bear the responsibility of overseeing and approving the transl ations, likewise regard their own role as a direct and solemn trust.
They should bear the responsibility of not doing their homework,'' Schillo said.
When you bring someone to the United States from a country with a very different health care system, benefits managers bear the responsibility of educating individuals who are often on a steep learning curve when it comes to accessing U.
China's domestic vendors, for the first time, have control of a telecommunications industry standard, and will bear the responsibility of nurturing the technology's development to compete against WCDMA and CDMA2000 1x EV-DO in China's 3G market.