- v force somebody to do something
- v bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted
- v provide a service or favor for someone
- s under a moral obligation to do something
- They enjoy years of bliss, until the prince is obliged, in painful circumstances, to take over the kingdom and discovers the harsh realities of ruling a turbulent realm .
- Any American President is obliged to articulate the deepest values of our people, including human rights.
- Schiavone was obliged to give 10% of the work to a minority-owned enterprise.
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- Former Soul wide receiver Donovan Morgan: Return to Philadelphia bittersweet Saturday night
Loading... The Soul reluctantly obliged, shipping him off for the VooDoo’s spot in the waiver claim order. Morgan returned in a big way Saturday night but the VooDoo fell to 2-9 on the season after losing to the Soul, 65-56, spoiling his football homecoming.
June 9, 2013 - Philly.com
- Pick your favorite Yasiel Puig T-shirt
When you earn four curtain calls in your first five games at the major league level, you've already proven yourself worthy of your very own T-shirt. On Friday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers obliged their rookie sensation, Yaisel Puig, and … Continue reading ?
June 9, 2013 - Big League Stew via Yahoo! Sports
- Dmitry Medvedev in Times Online
In accordance with the constitution and the federal law, I, as president of Russia, am obliged to protect the lives and dignity of Russian citizens wherever they are located,Mr Medvedev said. "We won't allow the death of our compatriots to...
- John Edwards in The Canberra Times
Interestingly, the minutes specify that the fiscal or monetary moves will 'take time' to be effective,said John Edwards, HSBC's chief economist for Australia and New Zealand. "This implies that the RBA does not feel obliged to respond...
- Neelie Kroes in BusinessWeek
I am therefore again obliged to take formal measures to ensure that Microsoft complies with its obligations,EU Antitrust Commissioner Neelie Kroes said in a statement.