at someone's request

at someone's request

On being asked to do something, as in At my request they'll move us to another room, or I'm speaking at his request. [1300s] Also see by request.
See also: request
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Google took the opportunity to ask for input on how it should differentiate what is in the public interest and what isn't, and whether information posted online by governments can be "forgotten" at someone's request.
You can assemble packets with different levels of spiciness, accommodate diners with food sensitivities, or easily hold the onions at someone's request.
Once the forces have been aroused and set into motion, they can't simply be stopped at someone's request.