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The final 20-item scale was categorized into five subscales: behavior restructuring (six items), advantageous comparison (five items), dehumanization (three items), euphemistic labelling (three items), and nonresponsibility (three items).
The failure of a bidder to supply information promptly in connection with an inquiry with respect to responsibility may be grounds for a determination of nonresponsibility with respect to such bidder.
On the other hand, Morse thinks that only a defect in the capacity for rationality can work as a coherent nonresponsibility criterion.
The availability of water from 1950-2010 is 5600m^31000m^3 which is itself a dramatic change due to our nonresponsibility toward water resources saving, and put all responsibility on government and politician.
Federal agencies also post information in the system, including: final and revised defective cost or pricing data determinations; "for cause" terminations; administrative agreements to resolve suspension or debarment; and nonresponsibility determinations based on lack of satisfactory performance or record of integrity and business ethics.
succeed with a nonresponsibility defense who are subsequently
You have to book a hard number for the auditors to pretend to look at while they're busy drafting letters of nonresponsibility.
In the absence of information clearly indicating that the prospective contractor is responsible, the contracting officer shall make a determination of nonresponsibility.
The notice of nonresponsibility is a written notice signed and verified by the owner or owner's agent, notifying a potential lien claimant that the owner of the property is not responsible for the work performed.
The successful use of an insanity defense is difficult because jurors have a natural skepticism about claims of nonresponsibility.
If nonresponsibility is a feature of globalization, invisibility is another.
A liberal egalitarian approach to justice can thus be seen as consisting of two parts: the liberal principle that morally relevant inequalities due to differences in responsibility factors should be accepted, which we call the principle of responsibility; and the egalitarian principle that morally relevant inequalities due to nonresponsibility factors should be eliminated, which we call the principle of equalization.