(1) If it is successful, however, the onus for action will swing back to Unionism.(2) The goalkeeper sometimes deserves credit, but the onus is really on the penalty-taker.(3) Some argue that minimum wages constrain job creation by the onus they put on employers.(4) It is a question of judgment, and the onus is clearly on those who propose the limitation.(5) So, the onus is on the parents to understand and handle their children effectively.(6) She said that he could clear up the matter by releasing the necessary information and that the onus was on him to do so quickly.(7) He told us we had them worried and the onus was on them to change it, which would hopefully allow us more space at the other end.(8) We have a duty to make sure that the roll is as accurate as possible, but the onus is on the elector to let us know.(9) If an employee is unhappy about the way they are being treated at work the onus is on them to take action by applying for a tribunal.(10) However, the onus is on their director to see the broader picture once in a while.(11) Hence the onus lies on the woman to do something, maybe look elsewhere or go home.(12) It should not be up to the women on this campus to take all of the onus of protecting ourselves from attack.(13) But if a home-owner kills a burglar the onus is on him to prove that his use of force was reasonable.(14) There's not much between the two teams, but perhaps the onus is more on us after our achievement in the last round.(15) the onus is on you to show that you have suffered loss(16) He said the use of retired teachers placed the onus on head teachers rigorously to check the quality of their work.