demand from

demand (something) from (one)

To insist that someone do, provide, or relinquish something. I demand full attention from my students, so if you plan to nap or socialize in here, then you might as well drop this class right now.
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demand something from someone or something

 and demand something of someone or something
to command that something be received from someone or a group or something; to demand that someone or a group or something do something. The muggers demanded money from everyone. The petitioners demanded a response from the board of directors. She demanded too much of her automobile.
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In each instance, EnerNOC helped prevent blackouts by reducing demand from the electricity grid.
Within 30 minutes of notification by ISO-NE, EnerNOC uses its award-winning technology to send commands from its Network Operations Center, or NOC, to reduce demand from lights, heating and air conditioning equipment, pumps, motors and other processes around the State.
WHYY's on-demand content has increased dramatically since we started offering programs through ON DEMAND from Comcast Digital Cable in 2004.
Musser will say this was driven by stronger demand from NTT for their FTTH network build and competitive FTTH network activity from power utility companies.
JRG Enterprise Planner(TM) - A supply chain planning tool that enables a manufacturer to continuously adjust production plans across a supply network of factories to meet rapidly changing demand from its customers.
On DEMAND from Cox Digital Cable is available to customers in San Diego and Orange County, Calif.
Musser will then detail the 2004 demand by region and application, citing the following estimates: North America, which accounted for 30 percent of the total worldwide demand, grew by about 30 percent over 2003, as a result of increased demand from regional Bell operating companies municipalities in support of their FTTx buildouts.