’I am requested, sir, to express a hope,’ said Mr Pugstyles, with a distant bow, ’that on receiving a requisition to that effect from a great majority of your constituents, you will not object at once to resign your seat in favour of some candidate whom they think they can better trust.’
That every little accomplishment she had acquired in happier days had been put into requisition for this purpose, and directed to this one end.
There are no more uses of "requisition" in the book.
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The surveillance recordings were requisitioned by police to identify the thief.
The protesters were put in a bus requisitioned by police to hold them.