1 Perhaps Zeena had failed to see the new doctor or had not liked his counsels: Ethan knew that in such cases the first person she met was likely to be held responsible for her grievance.
2 "Mrs. Bonnell's children have the measles," said Mrs. Merriwether abruptly, showing plainly that she held Mrs. Bonnell personally responsible for permitting such a thing to happen.
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3 Always remember, dear," Ellen had said, "you are responsible for the moral as well as the physical welfare of the darkies God has intrusted to your care.
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4 They were responsible for a situation that forced a woman to keep a murderer at her side to protect her.
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5 Yes, he is my legal ward and I am responsible for him.
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6 I'm sure you are largely responsible.
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7 Matter of fact, I suspect they were largely responsible for his locating here.
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8 She felt responsible for the town.
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9 The collar belonged to grandfather, of course, and Jake, feeling responsible for it, flared up.
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10 Dorr's friends say he was drunk and not responsible for his actions.
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11 The spell was soon over, and Mrs. Pontellier could not help wondering if there were not a little imagination responsible for its origin, for the rose tint had never faded from her friend's face.
12 The injury was not one that Durham and Company could be held responsible for, and so that was all there was to it, so far as the doctor was concerned.
13 I will now proceed to the statement of those facts, connected with my escape, for which I am alone responsible, and for which no one can be made to suffer but myself.
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14 The responsible duty of making the toast was delegated to the Aged, and that excellent old gentleman was so intent upon it that he seemed to me in some danger of melting his eyes.
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15 I am responsible for them to myself, I act upon them, and I say no more about them.
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