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Wuthering Heights
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  • However, Nelly, I shall oblige you to listen: it’s not long; and I’ve no power to be merry to-night.’
  • It is out of the question my going to see her, however: we are eternally divided; and should she really wish to oblige me, let her persuade the villain she has married to leave the country.’
  • A wild, wicked slip she was — but she had the bonniest eye, the sweetest smile, and lightest foot in the parish: and, after all, I believe she meant no harm; for when once she made you cry in good earnest, it seldom happened that she would not keep you company, and oblige you to be quiet that you might comfort her.
  • Make haste and get ready, now; and don’t oblige me to compel you.’

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  • The law obliges doctors to report suspected child abuse.
  • We live as we have for centuries by a code called Pashtunwali, which obliges us to give hospitality to all guests and in which the most important value is nang, or honor.
    Malala Yousafzai  --  I Am Malala

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