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Onus в предложении (на )

  1. He knew she would throw the onus on him.
  2. Then on me be the onus of bringing it forward.
  3. The onus then falls on the other person and their.
  4. They put the onus of proof and converting onto the cosmos.
  5. Even this word dropout is bothersome, because it puts the onus.

  6. Children love novelty so the onus is on you to be creative in the kitchen.
  7. Having made this statement, the onus is on me to tell you as to how to get a.
  8. The Crusades did lift the onus of persecution of Christian pilgrims for a time.
  9. Here the onus is on the speaker to ensure that the audience doesn’t get bored.
  10. At that point they put the onus of proof not on Newton but turned the focus away from Newton to.
  11. She dropped the subject and looked out at the waves again, surrendering the onus of making conversation.
  12. A good leader would make such decisions, but Onus had clearly shown that he was not one of these generals.
  13. Calamolalus and Onus, seven hundred twenty and five: the sons of Jerechus, two hundred forty and five: 23 The sons of Annas, three.
  14. At that point they put the onus of proof not on Newton but turned the focus away from Newton to what the presented as the guilty party.
  15. The onus is on Faeries and others to stand together and divert this Enemy, which seeks to put human history back into the Darkest Ages.

  16. During the hours of debriefing and questioning on his arrival it had been quickly apparent to him that Onus was not a natural leader of men.
  17. And by default, if a person happened to hold the notion that he or she was alone in the universe, then the onus would fall upon them (and if they doubted even their own.
  18. The onus for coming up with our next move was removed from our shoulders by the arrival of a gangly youth, answering to the name of Geza to his friends and…Geza to everyone else.
  19. Therefore, if you are innocent or have nothing to hide is the State's and snitch's attempt to get out from under the onus of proof that is necessary to invade the given domains of privacy.
  20. Not only covered her ass with the appropriate channels but also put the onus on him to disprove her opinion of his being involved at all while at the same time appearing cooperative.
  21. When taken together, the Judge felt that these two facts shifted the onus to the BBC to explain how it had come up with its designs and carefully examined the BBC's evidence that it had indeed created its designs independently.
  22. What is the French doctrine on this subject—established at the time when the United States stood in relations of peace and amity to that power, when every heart beat high with sympathy for the success of French freedom; when some of those who have since transferred their admiration, I will not say their love, to the present head of the French Government, to the enemy of French freedom, and all freedom, to all commerce, and right, and religion—at the time when some of those who have since so lamentably changed on this subject felt an interest for freedom and France scarcely inferior to that which they felt for freedom and America? What were then the doctrines of the French Government? That all who spoke the English language should be treated as Englishmen, unless they could give proof to the contrary; the onus probandi lying on those who spoke the language of Locke, and Newton, and Milton, and Shakspeare.
  23. Nevertheless, without going into the minutiae of the business, the eloquent fact remained that the sea was there in all its glory and in the natural course of things somebody or other had to sail on it and fly in the face of providence though it merely went to show how people usually contrived to load that sort of onus on to the other fellow like the hell idea and the lottery and insurance which were run on identically the same lines so that for that very reason if no other lifeboat Sunday was a highly laudable institution to which the public at large, no matter where living inland or seaside, as the case might be, having it brought home to them like that should extend its gratitude also to the harbourmasters and coastguard service who had to man the rigging and push off and out amid the elements whatever the season when duty called Ireland expects that every man and so on and sometimes had a terrible time of it in the wintertime not forgetting the Irish lights, Kish and others, liable to capsize at any moment, rounding which he once with his daughter had experienced some remarkably choppy, not to say stormy, weather.

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