sponsible

Related to sponsible: responsible

sponsible

(ˈspɒnsɪbəl)
adj
archaic dialect responsible
References in classic literature ?
I therefore endeavored to instil hope and courage into his mind, in order that he might dare to engage in a vocation so anomalous and re- sponsible for a person in his situation; and I was seconded in this effort by warm-hearted friends, es- pecially by the late General Agent of the Massa- chusetts Anti-Slavery Society, Mr.
According to the TPA deputy director general re- sponsible for infrastructure, Karim Mataka, the two ships have the capacity to haul 1,000 tons of cargo each.
There were a number of factors contributing to June's poor performance, with the global appreciation of the Euro being the major one, where this was re- sponsible for about half of June's drawdown.
This definition is to explain to people that the dentist is re- sponsible of the quality of life and the wellbeing of his patients.
It goes without saying that it's irreA[degrees] sponsible motorists who are to be blamed for damaging infrastructure and public property.
The Project Company is re sponsible for the implementation and operations of the Project under a 20 - year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the GoSL and the Electricity Distribution and Supply Authority (EDSA) .
You would be inhu- man -- or, as you would see it, irre- sponsible -- not to take your baby for a second opinion.
rre-He branded them the "irrecut sponsible party of British politics", adding: "They are making the Green Party look fiscally credible.
18 One of the clinical criteria in determining which of these factors is re- sponsible for a gummy smile relates to the basic shape of the teeth.
e spokesman added: "As re " sponsible employers, local councils in Wales will seek to support any member of sta suering from stress-related illness through the provision of self-referral, counselling and wider occupational health services.
The woman responds to this trust in her and to the professional opportunities offered to her with a loyal and co-re sponsible work ethic as regards the organisation's objectives; attitudes that appear entirely natural when they refer to the company as "your house" in their accounts.
The movie goes on to glumly prove his point, as his higher-ups bring in their smooth, reliable and unfailingly pragmatic enforcer, Jackie Cogan (Pitt), to wipe out those re sponsible.