If you don't do your duty, people will look down on you.
He risked his life to carry out his duty and inspired police officers everywhere.
Call of duty
Because we reject the same thing that people of all faiths reject: the killing of innocent men, women, and children. And it is my first duty as President to protect the American people.
However, the duty of a student is to study. So if you neglect the end of term test, that's a "no!".
The police officer on duty sensed an elderly man coming up behind him.
The strongest is never strong enough to always be master, unless he transforms strength into right, and obedience into duty. From there derives the right of the strongest.
The traditional way of learning a language may satisfy at most one's sense of duty, but it can hardly serve as a source of joy. Nor will it likely be successful.
Duty should come before anything else.
We have a duty to adopt this text which, of course, could be further improved.
a moral duty [+ to do sth] Rail companies have a duty to provide safe transport.
It should be noted that the duty continues after a notice of allowance is mailed and the issue fee is paid.
The dignity of man is inviolable. To respect and protect it is the duty of all state authority.
Just because it's a "safe day" I'm not going to make out like monkeys without protection. Isn't it the duty of loving sex to take proper care of contraception?
English word "dienst"(duty) occurs in sets:2000 Most Used Dutch Words (1/2)
They employ temporary workers.
If he is proficient in English, I'll employ him.
They employ foreigners because Japanese workers are in short supply.
His age didn't enter into our decision not to employ him.
It has become common practise to employ foreigners working abroad from Asian countries as maids.
Japanese education is sometimes said to employ the drill and kill method.
Do you have a John Harrison in your employ?
However, like America, Japan is predominantly a middle-class, middle-income country, and so wives do not employ maids, but attend to everything themselves.
To employ means to use somebody's labour or services in exchange for money.
He's employed in a bank
Over 16.5 million people are employed in the food industry.
In Poland you can't be employed, if you are under 18.
We can also change the type of physical isolation we employ for them.
Don't employ any complicated vocabulary while talking to him.
The temporary workers that we managed to employ left work right away.
English word "dienst"(employ) occurs in sets:engels mavo 4 hoofdstuk 3 4