request of

request something of someone

to call for someone to give or do something. I have to request a favor of you. Can I request anything more of him?
See also: of, request
References in classic literature ?
Have you altered the plans of the projectile according to the request of the telegram?
The four first were the more fortunate, who though they were detained some time by the Turkish bassa, were dismissed at the request of the emperor, who sent him a zebra, or wild ass, a creature of large size and admirable beauty.
At the same time, this request of yours is a little nerve-shattering, isn't it?
It is unreasonable, but the request of an unhappy girl.
Jurisdictions recognize this and will reissue a payment upon the request of a vendor after determining that the original check has not been negotiated and is included on the stale-dated check list.
The Canadian church's 2005 budget allotted a $105,000 grant for the ACC, which was less than the request of $121,223.
Ford has been the most aggressive in this regard, with an average request of 6.
55 billion for the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs), an increase of $110 million over the FY2003 request of $1.
Upon receiving a request for copies of public records, the state agency has ten days in which to determine whether it will comply with the request and must immediately notify the person making the request of its decision.
Shapiro's inquiry was limited at the request of Kenneth W.
It goes on to state in 2b: "In any adjournment of a summary proceeding, other than on consent or at the request of the petitioner, the court shall at the petitioner's request state on the record why for good cause shown it is not directing the tenant to pay or post all sums demanded pursuant to a lease or rental agreement in the proceeding as rent and use and occupancy.
However, at the request of the White House and the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture, NAL did load RIC's most popular publication, Federal Funding Sources for Rural Areas.
The process begins when the patient makes the request of his or her physician who shall:
The proposed request of $21 million would increase electric utility prices an average of 4.
The fiscal year 2002 request of $200 million supports emergency relief and transitional activities provided in response to natural and man made disasters and other emergencies often accompanied by the displacement of large numbers of people.