I think it's a good idea but what's going to change the Army's suicide numbers isn't going to be a video or mandatory classes.
The situation has improved somewhat with mandatory hearing tests and the Internet, but can be grim sometimes.
And indeed, in Utah, only 12 people out of 466—or 2.5 percent—showed evidence of drug use after a mandatory screening.
But the industry was able to quantify the gains it would reap in injuries avoided and lives saved if they were mandatory.
It should not today be silenced by the mandatory application of a vastly overzealous law.
They asked that the mandatory should be England, but England had too much on her hands.
Rock's advice carried a mandatory note which was not lost upon his auditor.
I mean the mandatory letter against me by the archbishop of Paris.
But among the Hebrews the requirement was mandatory and imperative.
The Peace Conference seems to have given us a new word in "mandatory."
1570s, "of the nature of a mandate," from Late Latin mandatorius "pertaining to a mandator," from Latin mandatus, past participle of mandare (see mandate (n.)). Sense of "obligatory because commanded" is from 1818.