3 Women is plural, tzneiz is probably tznius, I'm guessing from the context.
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who Who is liable in kol isha and tzneiztznius situations?

If a womenwoman starts singing in a room with men, despite knowing they observe kol isha, is she liable for her voice being heard or are the men that hear her liable?

If a womenwoman dresses non-tzneiztznius in front of men, are the men liable for looking, or is the womenwoman liable for dressing that way knowing the situation?

who is liable in kol isha and tzneiz situations?

If a women starts singing in a room with men, despite knowing they observe kol isha, is she liable for her voice being heard or are the men that hear liable?

If a women dresses non-tzneiz in front of men, are the men liable for looking, or is the women liable for dressing that way knowing the situation?

Who is liable in kol isha and tznius situations?

If a woman starts singing in a room with men, despite knowing they observe kol isha, is she liable for her voice being heard or are the men that hear her liable?

If a woman dresses non-tznius in front of men, are the men liable for looking, or is the woman liable for dressing that way knowing the situation?

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who is liable in kol isha and tzneiz situations?

If a women starts singing in a room with men, despite knowing they observe kol isha, is she liable for her voice being heard or are the men that hear liable?  

If a women dresses non-tzneiz infrontin front of men, are the men liable for looking, or is the women liable for dressing that way knowing the situation?  

who is liable in kol isha?

If a women starts singing in a room with men, despite knowing they observe kol isha, is she liable for her voice being heard or are the men that hear liable?  

If a women dresses non-tzneiz infront of men, are the men liable for looking, or is the women liable for dressing that way knowing the situation?  

who is liable in kol isha and tzneiz situations?

If a women starts singing in a room with men, despite knowing they observe kol isha, is she liable for her voice being heard or are the men that hear liable?

If a women dresses non-tzneiz in front of men, are the men liable for looking, or is the women liable for dressing that way knowing the situation?

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who is liable in kol isha?

If a women starts singing in a room with men, despite knowing they observe kol isha, is she liable for her voice being heard or are the men that hear liable?

If a women dresses non-tzneiz infront of men, are the men liable for looking, or is the women liable for dressing that way knowing the situation?