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    Usa "obligate" in una frase

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    1. If you pay for half of the date you won’t feel obligated to return the


    2. 5) Members are not obligated to associate one with another


    3. They did not take noonmeal at Yorthops’ because hSkaiya felt obligated to stay and watch to see if they left with anything


    4. She wouldn't have chosen it, but she was still trying to pretend theirs was a real marriage, so she felt obligated to wear it


    5. To dream that someone is obligated to you indicates that you are ready to achieve a new level of success


    6. Still, she felt obligated to show him she could keep her promises


    7. This is because nobody wants to feel obligated to someone else although some measure of financial assistance is called upon when needed


    8. In all other matters concerning national interests, however, each is obligated to address its pressing requirements in a 52


    9. Every citizen, in one way or another, is expected to participate in a constructive manner that accrues to the mutual benefit of every citizen living in a free and open society; that each individual is obligated to lend his or her unqualified, excepting such conditions were that society has spiritually and morally corrupted itself, support in the cause of freedom; and that the general welfare of that society should take precedence over the private belief system of any individual who continues reaping the benefits of living in that society


    10. scientist he is obligated to do his research and write his


















































































    1. It burns billion of organizational resources to produce thousands of products that stay idle or stored awaiting customers, it executes production under intention that generates expenses and they inflate its prices for later to place at the market with intensive propagandas, promotions or prizes to attract customers for the inflexibility of the retrograde economic system that obligates it to have fixed cost


    2. Generation of Income for Totality of the People, Organizations and Countries obligates each organization to have diverse departments or specialists, even under the disguise of the outsourcing with its thousands of stored material resources that deteriorate or consume enormity of invested money (maintenance cost)


    3. It burns billion of organizational resources to produce thousands of products that stay idle or stored awaiting customers, it executes production under intention that generates expenses and they inflate its prices for later to place at the market with intensive propagandas, promotions or prizes to attract customers for the inflexibility of the retrograde economic system that obligates it to have fixed cost


    4. Generation of Income for Totality of the People, Organizations and Countries obligates each organization to have diverse departments or specialists, even under the disguise of the outsourcing with its thousands of stored material resources that deteriorate or consume enormity of invested money (maintenance cost)


    5. NISAB: The minimum net worth of an individual which obligates him


    6. Evidently, the incurring of long-term debt obligates the company to a series of interest payments that raises the risk


    7. obligates you to buy all of your properties through them


    1. So I doubt you will be asked for your advice very often, for fear that you will morally obligate us to further strains upon our treasuries!”


    2. So I doubt you will be asked for your advice very often, for fear that you will morally obligate us to further strains upon our treasuries!”


    3. In the meantime, using them did not seriously obligate her in any way


    4. Obligate mutualism is when two species depend on each other for something


    5. mutualism called an obligate mutualism- the two species are


    6. Khalid said, “O Allah, if you deliver their shoulders to us, I will obligate


    7. technology, what is the moral obligate to embryos? Mothers and fathers could be


    8. It’s a privacy obligate situation


    9. Now that she’s officially engaged, she would almost always succeed in escaping from attending official events that she had to attend, but now it’s becoming a difficult task to squeeze her way out of it, as Ali is the new person in charge to obligate her to comply


    10. are obligate constituents of every religion

    1. A financial contract obligating the buyer to purchase an asset (or the seller to sell an asset), such as a physical commodity or a financial instrument, at a predetermined future date and price


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    obligate in English

    oblige force necessitate sanction involve engage confirm

    Sinonimi per "obligate"

    bind hold obligate oblige compel force necessitate sanction involve engage confirm