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obligate

[′äb·lə·gət]
(biology)
Restricted to a specified condition of life, as an obligate parasite.
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Unsurprisingly it wasn't the only lision that the Belgian midfielder was volved in on the day and his now obligator booking arrived early in the second half following a foul on substitute Greening, who had only been on the for a matter of moments.
According to S&P, an AAA rated borrowerAEs ability to meet financial commitment is extremely strong, whereas an aeAAE obligator is somewhat more susceptible to the changes in economic conditions.
The court permitted a basis increase because of the loan guarantee, since the substance of the transaction showed she was the primary obligator on the loan.
I wonder if the Dairy Council could introduce obligator y foam or badger hide containers that make no sound when colliding with each other.
112) This likelihood aside, the public at large arguably has little right to enforce the maintenance of the connection between an individual obligator and the satisfaction of his obligation, and has no recourse if other parties allow that connection to be broken by an act of vicarious sacrificial atonement.