- The Catholic faith I am part of obligates me to have moral courage.
- However, Kant claims that the moral law obligates us to consider the final purpose or aim of all moral action.
- There is no law that can obligate a person to undergo medical treatment in order to save the life of another person.
- This means that funds have to be obligated against contractual agreements within a limited amount of time.
- As agents of investors, managers are obligated to maximize the interests of the owners or principals.
- Sellers are obligated to disclose significant property defects of which they are aware.
- Taken together, our analysis provides strong evidence for a reductive mode of evolution in obligate intracellular parasites with high rates of DNA loss.
- Microsporidia are a monophyletic assemblage of obligate intracellular parasites that generally infect animals (particularly arthropods and fish).
- Microsporidia are obligate intracellular parasites that were thought to be an ancient eukaryotic lineage based on molecular phylogenies using ribosomal RNA and translation elongation factors.
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- Today the happiness is an obligator aspiration.
- This surety bond will indemnify the performance of the obligator.
- Currently, the obligator (India) has the capacity to meet its financial commitment on the obligation.
Late Middle English (as an adjective in the sense 'bound by law'): from Latin obligatus, past participle of obligare (see oblige). The current adjectival use dates from the late 19th century.
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