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compulsory
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Anna Karenina
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  • I can understand compulsory military service, which affects my children, my brothers, and myself, I am ready to deliberate on what concerns me; but deliberating on how to spend forty thousand roubles of district council money, or judging the half-witted Alioshka—I don’t understand, and I can’t do it."

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  • In most schools physical education is compulsory.
  • Education is compulsory for young children in the United States.

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