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1 You are obliged to assign to me your firm by the contract.
2 At the same time scholars in disciplines as far flung as poetry and psychoanalysis would be obliged to reconsider their use of Heidegger's ideas.
3 He has stepped up the inspection of shops, bars and restaurants; obliged middle-class professionals to accept payment by cheque; and curbed the use by firms of offshore fiscal havens.
4 Future forestry concessionaires will be obliged to attach a bar code to each tree they fell (and the stumps they come from).
5 shall be obliged to pay the wages to the employees.
6 They were saddled with "take or pay" contracts that obliged them to buy fixed quantities of gas far above what they could sell and at prices way above those on the spot market.
7 She was therefore obliged to seek another branch of the subject, and related, with much bitterness of spirit and some exaggeration, the shocking rudeness of Mr. Darcy.
8 If America actually loses its AAA, some investors who are obliged to own only AAA-rated paper might have to sell.
9 We are obliged to them because some of these languages have since vanished,as the peoples who spoke them died out or became assimilated and lost their native languages.
10 We are obliged to them because some of these languages have since vanished,as the people who spoke them died out or became assimilated and lost their native languages.
11 We are obliged to them because some of these languages have since vanished, as the people who spoke them died out or became assimilated and lost their native languages.
12 were made as to how it got there; I was obliged to confess, and in recompense for my cowardice and inhumanity was sent out of the house.
13 At last she went into the ballroom, but the slippers she wore were to her as iron bands full of coals of fire, in which she was obliged to dance.
14 If people perceive one such rule to have been violated, they may feel morally obliged to retaliate against the wrongdoers — even if the retaliation does more harm than good.
15 The merchants immediately began their shouting to frighten the eagles; and when they had obliged them to quit their prey, one of them came to the nest where I was.
16 if a Qassam hits a busy Israeli school playground, Israel's politicians may feel obliged to hit back so hard that they destroy the peace process for good.
17 He also knew that as the CEO of a company incorporated in Delaware, he was obliged by law to consider the interests of creditors over shareholders if his company faced insolvency.
18 They are often even obliged to pay more for meals at the company canteen.
19 If I should not be troublesome to you, do me the favour to let me pass the night with you, and I shall be very much obliged by your hospitality.
20 She danced and was obliged to go on dancing over field and meadow, in rain and sunshine, by night and by day - but by night it was most horrible.
21 Yet now even Mr Thaksin felt obliged to profess again his loyalty to the king, and to pay homage to his power.
22 malady of progress, civil war, we have been obliged to come in contact in our passage.
23 Therefore, all human individuals have become unanimously and profoundly indebted to (obliged to, attached to, dependent on) Nature.
24 Ship owners who pay ransoms that are reimbursed by insurance groups are not obliged to file a suspicious activity report with the Serious and Organised Crime Agency.
25 But countries with surpluses, such as Germany (or China), are not similarly obliged to offset this by boosting their own spending.
26 But most will soon have a friend or relative among the hundreds of thousands who will lose theirs, or will be obliged glumly to accept posts with lower pay.
27 This leads to a profusion of damaging outcomes such as forest fires and lost ecotourism revenue that happen because those responsible are not obliged to pick up the tab.
28 about snipers 'beginning to be obliged to study' badminton is the personal opinion of the journalist, " it said.
29 When Grethel heard this she began to cry bitterly; but it was all useless, she was obliged to do as the wicked witch told her.
30 We are interested in "Accer" computers you stated in your letter of January 12th,2004and shall be obliged if you could care to offer us competitive quotations.