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Definition of Obliger

Obliger
Obliger O*bli"ger, n. One who, or that which, obliges. --Sir H. Wotton.

Meaning of Obliger from wikipedia

- Noblesse oblige (/noʊˌblɛs əˈbliːʒ/; French: [nɔblɛs ɔbliʒ]) is a French expression used in English meaning that nobility extends beyond mere entitlements...
- "The Obliged" is the fourth episode of the ninth season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead, which aired on AMC on October...
- jurisprudence that allows either obligors to be bound together, each liable for the whole performance, or obligees to be bound together, all owed just...
- with the exception of serving the Holy See, though the Swiss were still obliged to serve Francis II of the Two Sicilies with Swiss Guards present at the...
- "It is not in our custom to annexe countries", she said, "unless we are obliged & forced to do so." To Victoria's dismay, Disraeli lost the 1880 general...
- through the sacrament of Reconciliation (Penance). Catholics are normally obliged to abstain from eating for at least an hour before receiving the sacrament...
- succession. Since Elizabeth would never name her successor, Cecil was obliged to proceed in secret. He therefore entered into a coded negotiation with...
- Cabinet member since 1866. Newly appointed Cabinet ministers were legally obliged to s**** re-election at a by-election; in April, Churchill lost the Manchester...
- However, as the division was part of the armoured reserve, Feuchtinger was obliged to s**** clearance from OKW before he could commit his formation. Feuchtinger...
- Conscientious objection is legally acceptable and those who claim this right are obliged to serve an institutionalised nine months civilian service instead. Since...
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