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obligate

[′äb·lə·gət]
(biology)
Restricted to a specified condition of life, as an obligate parasite.
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Data dictionary Entity Attribute Data type Length Obligat. Key GUITAR 1 D_KYT aut.
gets obligat chemolytotrofic charater, can oxydaeses nitrite become nitrate to result energy and requires C[O.sub.2] to carbon the need it.
15, [paragraph] 12, at 62 ("Quando veto permissio est alicujus mali, obligat judicem ne propter illud puniat, quia hoc prohibet talis lex, et sic de aliis."); see also Tierney, Permissive Natural Law, supra note 6, at 391 ("Where the law permitted evil acts it obliged the judge not to punish them.").
Astfel ca judecatorul este obligat sa judece in orice situatie.
(1) Statul este obligat sa ia masuri de subminare a economiei de natura sa asigure cetatenilor un nivel de trai cat mai mizerabil cu putinta.
(42) "Daca Episcopul ar informa Ministerul ca profesorul de religie nu este apt, pentru motive referitoare la doctrina sau la moralitate, profesorul va fi obligat sa inceteze imediat invatamantul si se va proceda la numirea succesorului conform [section][section] 2 si 3 de mai sus".
"They can't introduce a trade barrier in breach of the UK's European obligat ions by imposing minimum pricing."
4: <<De lege humana positiva sit prima propositio: Quod non obligat sine promulgatione, nec habet vim aut effectum.