require (someone or something) to (do something)

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require (someone or something) to (do something)

To demand or stipulate as obligatory that someone or something to something. The law requires you to disclose any and all assets held in foreign banks. We require all our guests to sign a waiver before going on the ride.
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References in classic literature ?
That will be safer and quicker and also not require us to be separated.
Cause, in the only sense in which it can be practically applied, means "nearly invariable antecedent." We cannot in practice obtain an antecedent which is QUITE invariable, for this would require us to take account of the whole universe, since something not taken account of may prevent the expected effect.
They'll require us to demand more of our schools and more of our kids ....
This will require us to extend our perspective of sport marketing to settings beyond college and professional sport.
Or shall we find that events that require us to celebrate being British are to be encouraged, whatever the cost, whereas events where we can celebrate being Welsh are to be discouraged at all costs?
Future Challenges for the Delivery of Public Services: Climates of ambiguity and limited resources require us to break away from old ways of doing things.
"Winning the four games will require us to take each game at a time and on its own merits, starting with Bray."
Since the government came out with Tricare, I have found it odd that Tricare and the VA both require us to have physicals and tests each year.
Walsh added: "The provision being suggested by Turf TV would require us to spend an extra pounds 150,000, for 21 betting shops, and that doesn't include what it would cost us to buy new screens to accommodate a second lot of pictures.
It seems to me that we can allow doctors to consult their own consciences in deciding whether alleviating suffering through death under some circumstances might not conform with the injunction to "do no harm." Granted, the issue wouldn't loom so large if it weren't for laws that require us to request a doctor's prescription before we acquire the lethal chemicals we need to kill ourselves.
Producing a weapon using eight different sites would require us to regularly ship radioactive materials across the country, within a few miles of large population centers.
"These require us to strengthen efforts to promote traditionally good relations and cooperation among ourselves, while also enhancing the role of our communities as important institutions in our society."
Our other professional responsibilities require us to function in teams, and having this experience of team teaching early in our careers helped immerse us into this culture.
Our state board doesn't require us to be peer-reviewed, but we do it because it gives us assurance that we're completing financial statements correctly.
In my opinion, most circumstances require us to know a patient's liver histology before starting or delaying a potentially toxic and very expensive treatment.