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1 She admonished them of their obligations.
2 Many of us do not have any set routines in our daily lives, and simply tackle our obligations, chores, and daily tasks haphazardly.
3 As individuals, how do we weigh our obligations to family against our obligations to community and to our country?
4 on some of their obligations, the Gosaibis allege that Mr Sanea defrauded them of billions of dollars, borrowing money in their name, without their say-so.
5 Like all other ties, it brought along with it its obligations.
6 I too have responsibilities and obligations that transcend my profession, be it the law or journalism.
7 Accepting commitments and obligations that restrict your time or freedom because it seems right or because you didn't realize the consequences when you accepted it?
8 we have a new framework that sets out obligations for the sharing of influenza viruses and of benefits, like medicines and vaccines, during an influenza pandemic.
9 Our busy lives and all of our obligations threaten to swallow up every last second of free time that we have.
10 role is an entity (a person, computer, or any other type of actor) or group of entities that have the same rights and obligations with respect to performing a task or a group of tasks.
11 All of the obligations of the Guarantor hereunder shall be joint and several.
12 size of the deal was not revealed but the newspaper publisher is retaining the pension assets, liabilities and certain employee obligations of Newsweek.
13 This is particularly undesirable, as the data contains salary and other personnel related information, which needs to be maintained with the respective obligations for such data.
14 There's a future of greater opportunity for the people of these nations if their governments meet their international obligations.
15 This agreement defines the rights and obligations of the service provider and the company requesting or purchasing the services.
16 Going public brings lots of scrutiny and obligations, not just riches.
17 If people fail to understand some of their rights and obligations, perhaps the sentence structure is too difficult.
18 Is there a balance between stated corporate and employee rights and obligations?
19 If you're adopting open source code into your project, be cognizant of all your obligations as a licensee, according to all the licenses you've agreed to.
20 Sophists in Plato’s time were men who used philosophy for profit, inventing moral loopholes to get people out of obligations, or to excuse what would otherwise be considered immoral behavior.
21 Royal Dutch Shell, whose facilities suffered the most during the siege, declared on Saturday that it would not be able to meet its contractual obligations on oil deliveries due to militant attacks.
22 It's helpful to write down all of your weekly and daily obligations, chores, and tasks, and then plan out daily and weekly routines.
23 Meanwhile, they should not be asked to undertake the obligations beyond their development stages, due responsibilities and actual capacity.
24 So defaulting on our obligations is a reckless and irresponsible outcome to this debate.
25 Why do some struggle and drown in their obligations, while others make the impossible seem effortless?
26 Both sides firmly opposed all forms of terrorism and recognized that any measures undertaken to prevent and combat terrorism must comply with obligations under international law.
27 The palaces bear no relation to current obligations.
28 It starts with creating a little more space in your life, whittling away time wasters and deceptive obligations until you have enough room to add something new.
29 Our obligations: to provide you with information within four hours of request, etc.
30 It would, in effect, partially default not on its debts but on its obligations to society.