Prepositions used with "obligation"
of, under, without, with or by obligation?
|In 63% of cases obligation of is used|
|An exchange of such gifts shall not create a sense of obligation.|
|I don't think I have any kind of obligation to make an apology to anyone.|
|The difficulty here is when one feels they have to act this way out of obligation.|
|And so out of obligation Salma returned to the brothel to do the only work she knew.|
|We extend this sense of obligation and return far beyond that of any other creature.|
|GM had far more share 5-10 years ago, but they had a weak balance sheet and tons of obligations.|
|The knowledge of obligations (inheritance) He would teach exegesis and traditions very wonderfully.|
|Thus, in Japan, we may have more courses on Sales Contract Law ', rather than the Law of obligations ' in general.|
|It was very convenient for us to attend mass on August 15th for the Feast of the Assumption, a holiday of obligation.|
|She simply felt a debt of obligation because Pauline had written letters to her when she was confined to a sanitarium.|
|In 14% of cases obligation under is used|
|They were under obligation to no one and enjoyed being their own masters.|
|The State was under obligation to protect the life of every person in the country under this Article.|
|As a signatory to the Rome Statute, Kenya will be under obligation to meet the terms of the ICC, which the accused are well aware of.|
|They are also under obligation to broaden the conception of the heritage by relating the church's life to non-biblical sources of spiritual insight.|
|In 7% of cases obligation without is used|
|Hopefuly this means that I can return to the lovely prospect of seeing theatre without obligation.|
|If it's all about control, then I know the decision not to marry is one thing I have complete control over, without obligation to anyone other than myself.|
|The information is given on a general basis without obligation and on the understanding that any person acting upon or in reliance on it, does so entirely at his or her own risk.|
|In 1% of cases obligation in is used|
|In addition, there are gender inequalities in obligations and reciprocities regarding labour.|
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