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1. I was obliged to abandon that idea.
2. I felt obliged to ask them to dinner.
3. You are not obliged to acknowledge spent convictions.
4. She was obliged to go.
5. Libel plaintiffs are virtually obliged to go into the witness box.
6. People who cannot find time for recreation are obliged sooner or later to find time for illness.
7. When riot broke out, the police were obliged to intervene.
8. Parents are obliged by law to send their children to school.
9. He suffered a serious injury that obliged him to give up work.
10. The smuggler was finally obliged to inform against his boss.
11. He was obliged to resign when one of his own aides was implicated in a financial scandal.
12. He's obliged to take his turn at reading out the announcements.
13. The principal shall be obliged to pay the wages to the employees.
14. The minister was obliged to report at least once every six months.
15. I am much obliged to you for the loan of the book.
16. We are much obliged to you for your help.
17. She obliged us with another song.
18. Doctors are legally obliged to take certain precautions.
19. I'm much obliged to you for helping us.
20. Circumstances had obliged him to sell the business.
21. They felt obliged to resort to violence.
22. By law,(Sentencedict) you are obliged to wear seat belts.
23. We were obliged to go by force of circumstance.
24. Doctors felt ethically obliged to continue the treatment.
25. The police obliged him to leave.
26. You need not feel obliged to contribute.
27. They are contractually bound/obliged to finish the work.
28. He was obliged to pay a ￡40 speeding fine.
29. I'm much obliged to you.
30. The fans were looking for another goal and Owen duly obliged .
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