obligation to obeySecondly, it admits only a prima facie obligation to obey the law.
obey the lawSecondly, it admits only a prima facie obligation to obey the law.
must obeyWe must obey the rules."
refuse to obeyHe will talk about human rights and military training, and the responsibility to refuse to obey an illegal order.
do not obeyReal gases do not obey the ideal gas equation,.
have to obeyIt was all very well for Dawlish to tell me to take orders from the Brain, he didn't have to obey them.
duty to obeyBut it was a wife's duty to obey her husband in all that was not sin.
should obeyIt doesn't teach her why she should obey you — so she'll carry on with her naughtiness.
obey the rulesWe must obey the rules."
obey everyHe may not exactly obey every letter of the law.
failure to obeyOne reason for that drifting away is that, as a result of the Government's failure to obey European Community rules, we are not getting the money that we should under RECHAR.
obey the signsSo, on behalf of Sam, Omero, Minky and all the other animals — please obey the signs and do not feed .
reason to obeyIn spite of its importance, the duty to support and maintain just institutions fails to establish a general reason to obey even laws which the government is justified in making.
ready to obeyPAMELA: I am ready to obey your ladyship.
obey evenBut since he was put in the charge of the baby-sitter he ought to obey even (some of) his misguided orders.
promise to obeyIt is worth noting, however, that consent to a political authority entails a promise to obey it (as well as perhaps an obligation to support it in other ways).
obey ordersWe've got to obey orders — you know that.