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  • s  capable of being answered
  • s  morally or legally responsible to a higher authority
    parents are answerable for their child's acts

  • One question that's not answeredand probably not answerableby either the video or the scientists is how well the beaten-up baby fared after the cameras stopped rolling.
  • He is the absolute authority in Tehran and is answerable to nobody in fact, the pro-democracy students demonstrating all over Iran .
  • The only catch is that your post must be answerable with either a yes or no sorry wafflers, you're out of luck.

  • Michael Slater in AFP
    The Australian selectors have faced serious issues right through the series and they have not been solid. The selectors need to be made answerable at the end of this campaign,Slater told the newspaper.
  • Marat Safin in
    If they can't pull it off, if they can't demonstrate the political will and means to go after the militias, to create a military force that is answerable and confident in the government, and to root out the corruption that exists in the police... Colin Powell Forbes Dec 17, 2006 4108 6108 answerer Safin said: He'sa nice guy, a great answerer and great for you guys (media). I think he scored some points over there by saying that."

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