And so I say to you, do not compel us to
assign to the guardians a sort of happiness which will make them anything but guardians; for we too can clothe our husbandmen in royal apparel, and set crowns of gold on their heads, and bid them till the ground as much as they like, and no more.
Books fuel our imagination and compel us to
become better thinkers.
"Those threats, in addition to the ailing economic and social conditions, compel us to
mobilize swiftly and to take the necessary steps to protect the internal situation and face challenges.
Our limited stocks compel us to
raise the price of pork that ranges from [adding] P20 per kilo regardless of cuts,' said Annie Cumarat, a local pork retailer in the city.
Roque also asserted, 'There is no rule under international law that would 'compel us to
admit anyone whom we do not want to admit in our territory.'
Her lush and bewildering films distort conventional narrative to such a degree that they can be hard to follow, but the intensity of her voice-overs and the wit of her directives compel us to
He explained that the challenges faced by the United States compel us to
retain military superiority.
"Our (constitutional) oath compel us to
be optimistic," His Highness Sheikh Jaber said in a brief statement to reporters after a dinner banquet hosted by Parliament speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim, for members of the executive and legislative authorities.
The challenges of conquering poverty, combatting climate change and achieving truly sustainable development in the coming decades compel us to
To sum up, the CRDC paints a stark portrait of inequity in opportunity in America that is educationally unsound, morally bankrupt, and economically self-destructive to our nation's best interest--this must compel us to
An asteroid hit is a low-probability event, but one whose high impacts compel us to
think about how to deal with it.
All of these projections anticipate a future with a dramatic increase in the number of people with Alzheimer's and should compel us to
prepare for it," said Weuve.
Mutual need to enhance growth and employment "compel us to
identify a reasonably short path to success before we launch negotiations," he added.
To return to first principles would compel us to
ask who gains from the haste and what is it they want.