- to obey (an order)
- The rule must follow the law of plastic arts if it needs to obey the art originality.
- In order to improve the systems availability alternative turnback line definitions shall be provided subjected to the same rules of operation.
- I shall expect obedience from you.
- Minor principles should be subordinated to major ones.
- Minor matters should be subordinated to major ones.
- We should educate all party members so that they will act selflessly put overall interests first work hard perform their official duties honestly and uphold communist ideas and morality.
- Jesus and obey his commands.
- A citizen therefore has no duty to obey laws even though he may decide to obey them for self-interested or prudential reasons.
- Cause to waver or submit by or as if by staring.
- There is very strong self-educated ability will obey the arrangement of leadership be responsible for towards working hard respect-work work to do a thing through from beginning to end the profession that I learn when very like thank parents and school's development to me I want to get a work that can develop my professional special features and ability very much doing an own contribution for society and family.
- The guaranteed ease canal at networked system with both stochastic network-induced delay and data packet dropout governed by a markovian chain is investigated.
- The couple who live in the eastern state of west bengal have refused to obey the order and the issue has been referred to a local family counseling center.
- As long recognized some values are enjoyed under an implied limitation and must yield to the police power.
- It is that same fear the fear of ostracism that causes people to conform and not question commonly accepted opinions or popular trends.
- Also straightness is an important part of submission.