Constitutionally, they turned upon the obligations of citizenship.
I acknowledge my obligations to the masses of my countrymen, and to them alone.
So we both felt our obligations; and, when I commanded, he cheerfully obeyed.
He always fulfills his obligations, whether to employer or employed.
Joe expressed his obligations, and continued, 'You can trust me then, and credit what I say.
Raish makes it a point to have people under what he calls 'obligations' to him.
If they kill us, how can we requite them for our obligations?
It teaches us not only the rights and privileges of society but also its duties and obligations.
Choate had a tremendous idea of the obligations of what he called love.
We will carry out our obligations in the letter and the spirit.