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1 We were obligated to attend the opening ceremony.
2 Tenants are obligated to pay their rent on time.
3 I felt obligated to let him read the letter.
4 You're not obligated to win. You're obligated to keep trying. To the best you can do everyday.
5 I'm obligated to him.
6 He felt obligated to help.
7 Watson felt obligated to him for the loan.
8 Ava felt obligated to help her mother, even if it meant leaving college.
9 He had got a girl pregnant and felt obligated to her and the child.
10 If he swallows, you are obligated to give him a back rub. 23.
11 Don is not obligated to do anything more for Gerald.
12 Doe case that public schools were obligated to educate all children, even those in the country illegally.
13 Doing something you feel obligated to do is not bad.
14 I don't want him to feel obligated to wear the shirt just because I gave it to him.
15 My heirs were obligated to pay this sum in the event of my death.
16 Hirsch says Symington was obligated by a 1987 agreement to pay him fees related to the development of the Esplanade.
17 In short, the gold standard obligated the central bank to exchange currency for gold at a fixed price.
18 Q.. Are the county convention delegates obligated to support the presidential candidates preferred in their caucuses?
19 Do not feel obligated to drive faster than is comfortable for you just because others do.
20 At present an obligated market maker may be encouraged by fee rebates.
21 Now, the Supreme Court is not obligated to send a consistent cultural message.
22 Bond servant: a person obligated to service without wages.
23 However, the agency is not obligated to accept the participants'compromise in the final rule.
24 Does that mean I'm morally obligated to burn that lady's outfit?
25 You can make people follow you by scaring them,(www.Sentencedict.com) and you can make people follow by having them feel obligated.
26 After the project was sold, its tax status changed, and the partnership was obligated to make repayments.
27 A.. No, but they usually do because they feel obligated to follow the wishes of the caucus-goers.
28 These set limits to the level of contributions with the aim to prevent candidates from becoming obligated to special interest groups.
29 I don't know how she put up with it but she said she felt obligated.
30 Drop it in my face, because I am not obligated to talk to you so don't expect me to start a conversation with you fucking dumbass.
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