(1) It's a short step to the claim that they are not personally responsible for any thinking and acting that might do harm and/or breach a law.(2) And while public service can be personally satisfying and fulfilling, there can be a practical side as well.(3) This proposed offence would, for the first time, make companies and senior managers personally responsible for recklessly causing the death of workers.(4) One subject he was able to speak about personally was the Sistine Chapel.(5) Accordingly, I needed to see an old photograph or advertisement that would allow me to personally authenticate the presence of some mythical sixties pop giant in my town.(6) Few other places can match the level of support we give to each other and our public life, both personally and through our rich diversity of community organisations.(7) The economic team may favor buyers politically and/or personally connected to them and those having enough ‘guts’ to provide them with an incentive.(8) He is alleged to have said that all chemical weapons were destroyed, that he personally had ordered their destruction.(9) We are all equal, and personally responsible, before the law.(10) Only those who rely on reimbursement from the state, rather than private practice, suffer personally .(11) He is personally and politically unfathomable.(12) He said, ‘I'm entirely behind you myself, speaking personally .’(13) Timur, however, issued detailed orders for everything and personally took charge of jobs he could easily have delegated.(14) Besides, an individual cannot be personally responsible for who stays in school when young teachers flee to take better-paid jobs.(15) But there was certainly nothing phony about the police officer who met up with her in order to personally escort her to the bank from which she received the cash originally.(16) How many people want to have to be personally responsible for their elderly parents' financial well-being?