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The national creation narrative is obliged to contend with a host of destabilizing forces.
The third contribution of human rights is that they oblige governments to develop a holistic, integrated response to the pandemic.
He obliged, naming specific dates on which he said he had abused Stewart, all while under the influence of alcohol and cocaine.
There is also the “blank check” syndrome whereby the host city is legally obliged to cover cost overruns, while the IOC takes on no such liability.
He obliged the vacation request but was appalled to later find a worker’s compensation form in his file filled out by Brady citing stress and burnout, the investigation says.
And was it not possible that the E. of N. might oblige his old Friends in the same manner?
Jonas: La baleine fut la fin oblige de le vomir tant un Prophte est un morceau difficile digrer.
BARON D'HOLBACHMAX PEARSON CUSHING
And to increase the horrid scene, they would oblige the husband to be a spectator before suffered himself.
Señor Rhodes will be pleased to unfasten those heavy chains to oblige the lady.
THE TREASURE TRAILMARAH ELLIS RYAN
Few were the dances in which I did not take a part, sinking so low as occasionally to oblige with a hornpipe.

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