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A Doll's House
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  • I couldn’t let my children be shabbily dressed; I have felt obliged to use up all he gave me for them, the sweet little darlings!
  • No one to work for, and yet obliged to be always on the look-out for chances.
  • I shall be obliged to remind you of a few details.
  • Aha! so my obstinate little woman is obliged to get someone to come to her rescue?
  • I was obliged to, if I wanted to be little Nora’s nurse.
  • And to be obliged to leave it all— Nora.
  • To think that I should be obliged to say so to one whom I have loved so dearly, and whom I still—.

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  • He obliged her by listening attentively.
  • They looked at me expectantly and I was obliged to comment.

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