duty

an action which we are obligated to perform out of respect for the moral law.
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duty

[n] - a government tax on imports or exports 2. [n] - the social force that binds you to your obligations and the courses of action demanded by that force 3. [n] - work that you are obliged to perform for moral or legal reasons
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Duty

There are two main types of duty collected by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) - one is import duty, which is duty charged on goods imported into the European Union (EU) and the other is excise duty, which is a UK tax on certain types of goods, such as alcohol or tobacco.
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duty

Moral obligation experienced as a felt commandment of the moral law. Moral conflicts occur where a number of duties make apparently irreconcilable demands on us. The Stoics in ancient Greece and...
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duty

A tax on a good. A customs duty is a tax on goods entering a country (a tax on imports). An excise duty is a type of indirect tax on goods consumed such as petrol, alcohol, or tobacco. ...
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Duty

Used in education law to describe an education authoritys obligation to do or provide something.
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Duty

Du'ty noun ; plural Duties . [ From Due .] 1. That which is due; payment. [ Obsolete as signifying a material thing.] « When thou receivest money for thy labor or ware, thou receivest thy duty Tyndale. 2. That which a person is boun...
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duty

Origin: From Due. ... 1. That which is due; payment. 'When thou receivest money for thy labour or ware, thou receivest thy duty.' (Tyndale) ... 2. That which a person is bound by moral obligation to do, or refrain from doing; that which one ought to do; service morally obligatory. 'Forgetting his duty toward God, his sovereign lord, and his country...
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duty

responsibility noun the social force that binds you to the courses of action demanded by that force; `we must instill a sense of duty in our children`; `every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity, an obligation; every possession, a du...
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Duty

• (n.) Respect; reverence; regard; act of respect; homage. • (n.) Specifically, obedience or submission due to parents and superiors. • (n.) Hence, any assigned service or business; as, the duties of a policeman, or a soldier; to be on duty. • (n.) That which a person is bound by moral obligation to do, or refrain from doing; th...
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duty

(from the article `applied logic`) The propositional modalities relating to normative (or valuational) classifications of actions and states of affairs, such as the permitted, the ... [3 related articles]
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Duty

Tax. That is, an import duty is a tariff.
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duty

the statement of the load(s) to which the machine is subjected, including, if applicable, starting, electric braking, no-load and rest and de-energized periods, and including their durations and sequence in time
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duty

a sequence of operating conditions to which a welding power source or equipment is subjected
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duty

an action which we are obligated to perform out of respect for the moral law.
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Duty

The actual custom duty based on an imported good either on an ad valorem, or specification amount per unit or combination of these two.
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duty

duty, in taxation: see tariff; excise taxes.
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Duty

(Ang-Fr. duete, what is due, Ger. Pflicht) Whatever is necessary or required; or whatever one is morally obliged to do, as opposed to what one may be pleased or inclined to do. Also, the moral obligation itself and the law or principle in which it is expressed. In ethics, duty is commonly associated with conscience, reason, rightness, moral law, a....
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Duty

A legal obligation. An amount assessed on an imported or (less often) exported item, nearly equivalent to taxes, embracing all impositions or charges levied on persons or things.
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Duty

n. 1) Legal obligation that can result in a liability if a breach occurs. A duty must be proven to exist by defendant to plaintiff. The duty can be a duty of care or a duty to perform. 2) Taxation on imports.
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Duty

[economics] In economics, a duty is a kind of tax levied by a state. It is often associated with customs, in which context they are also known as tariffs or dues. The term is often used to describe a tax on certain items purchased abroad. Properly, a duty differs from a tax in being levied on specific commodities, financial transactions, es...
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Duty

A form of adjustable-rate preferred stock in which the dividend is ascertained in a Dutch auction pr
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duty

A government tax on imported merchandise.
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Duty

1) A legal relationship, created by law or contract, in which a person or business owes something to another. The breach of this obligation can result in liability. 2) A tax on imported goods.
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duty

an action that we are obligated to perform out of respect for the moral law.
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