Sentences with Obligation, Obligation in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Obligation

Sentences with Obligation, Obligation in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Obligation

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1. Our major obligation is not to mistake slogans for solutions.

2. It is our moral obligation to give every child the very best education possible.

3. In many ways, when you’re a Nobel peace laureate, you have an obligation to humankind, to society.

4. Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one.

5. Congress has an obligation to protect our country’s natural beauty, embodied in our nation’s parks, rivers, and breathtaking landscapes.

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6. I think that two people who decide to live together in a marriage situation, they have an obligation to make the marriage work for them.

7. If there is to be peace in our industrial life let the employer recognize his obligation to his employees – at least to the degree set forth in existing statutes.

8. There is no patriotic obligation to help advance the career of a politician who is otherwise pursuing interests that are fundamentally antithetical to your values. That’s not the call of patriotism.

9. Resistance is feasible even for those who are not heroes by nature, and it is an obligation, I believe, for those who fear the consequences and detest the reality of the attempt to impose American hegemony.

10. And of all illumination which human reason can give, none is comparable to the discovery of what we are, our nature, our obligations, what happiness we are capable of, and what are the means of attaining it.

11. We have an obligation and a responsibility to be investing in our students and our schools. We must make sure that people who have the grades, the desire and the will, but not the money, can still get the best education possible.

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12. Everyone is given one gift, a reason for being, and it’s our obligation to do something with it. Obviously, it’s a challenge – but if you’re not taking the bull by the horns, I have no patience for you. You’re just taking up space.

13. We can be thankful to a friend for a few acres, or a little money and yet for the freedom and command of the whole earth, and for the great benefits of our being, our life, health, and reason, we look upon ourselves as under no obligation.

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