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Alvarez told Voice of San Diego that he couldn’t discuss the nature of his work at the Water Authority because his contract obligates him to maintain confidentiality.Water Authority’s Confidential Consultant Contracts Surprised Board|MacKenzie Elmer|August 4, 2021|Voice of San Diego
She’s obligated to give location information to local cities to help with their containment efforts but vowed only to publicly identify a specific location if, in her opinion, it constituted an ongoing threat.Appellate Court Says San Diego County Can Keep COVID-19 Outbreak Data Secret|Jesse Marx|August 3, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The USPS hasn’t been obligated to make changes or pay penalties for any of the reported safety hazards.A Postal Worker Begged for Stronger COVID-19 Protections. She Ended Up Spending Six Weeks in the Hospital.|by Maryam Jameel|July 16, 2021|ProPublica
Through the 19th and early 20th centuries, presidents were often creatures of their parties, dependent on state and local party leaders to nominate them, and as such, often obligated to reward them with appointments in the federal government.Presidents Used To Be The Faces Of Their Political Parties. Is That No Longer The Case?|Julia Azari|July 13, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Each person was obligated to give a toast during the marathon event.Inside the FBI, Russia, and Ukraine’s failed cybercrime investigation|Patrick Howell O'Neill|July 8, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Even then, the settlement does not obligate the Wilpon/Katz crowd until year four to make payment of half of what is still owed.
The same reasons that obligate a person to accept circumcision also obligate a person to accept the whole Law.Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians|Martin Luther
Similarly, he who would be under obligation to none must obligate himself to all in every respect.
The best way, then, to be under obligation to none is, through love to obligate one's self in every respect to all men.
"Me and Si Klegg'll march 'em over there, and obligate ourselves not to lose a rooster of 'em," said Shorty.Si Klegg, Book 5 (of 6)|John McElroy
The mere fact that I happened to save your life does not obligate me to marry you, Miss Wharton.The Trail Horde|Charles Alden Seltzer