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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However, voyeurism only applies to filming actions taking place in private, while outraging public decency usually requires someone to have witnessed the action.
The Cirrus SR 22 is generally equipped with a parachute system, which requires someone to pull a lever in the event of an emergency.
It requires someone to fill in many official documents and fulfill the strict criteria.
It is no ordinary job, being a Passitoner; indeed, it is no easy one either, for it requires someone to be both a diplomat and an as***le at the same time.
There are a few ways that cyber criminals set up mobile bots, but the most common method requires someone to lie about how they are accessing the Internet.
Clooney said that when a movie requires someone to hang from a wire for hours on end and act weightless, they will be glad about all the push-ups and sit-ups they have done.
Sentencing Ainley, York crown court judge Stephen Ashurst, said: "No message is so urgent that it requires someone to lose their life in responding to it."
In Di Resta's case, at such a key moment in the year when ideally he requires someone to look after his interests, he finds himself without a manager after recently splitting with Anthony Hamilton.
Before you point a finger at motor racing, saying that it just requires someone to sit in a car or on a bike and press a few pedals, consider this; the heart rate of drivers in Formula 1 and riders in MotoGP reach close to 180 beats per minute while they are in the heat of battle.
There should not be any occupation which requires someone to cross the highway without vehicle or barrier support.
Coleg Meirion--Dwyfor is advertising the post of campus warden, a job which requires someone to look out for students and among other things organise their entertainment.
But, of course, when someone is listening, it requires someone to be talking.
But it requires someone to pull it together in a different way to the way I have as I must be judged on results.
This requires someone to acknowledge your presence and respond directly to you.