The key goal must be to encourage China to obey laws and regulations that are agreed upon.
These Beck admirers do more than worship the man; they obey his every pronouncement.
In the rest of the U.S., strangely enough, they obey the law.
Those who do not obey orders or those who retreat will be considered “apostates,” for which the penalty is death.
The problem lies in the danger of describing those who obey the law as doing something they know is “not right.”
All that we have is yours, to the very last day of your life you have only to command, and we obey.
The reapers were so frightened that they promised to obey her.
obey any orders you may get, and send out all despatches unless I stop you.
But whatever was the case, there was nothing for Clif to do but obey the signals.
I want you two to promise me that whatever happens you'll obey John and do just as he tells you.
late 13c., from Old French obeir "obey, be obedient, do one's duty" (12c.), from Latin obedire, oboedire "obey, be subject, serve; pay attention to, give ear," literally "listen to," from ob "to" (see ob-) + audire "listen, hear" (see audience). Same sense development is in cognate Old English hiersumnian. Related: Obeyed; obeying.