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She probably wanted to say something completely different but is duty bound to keep her private thoughts to herself.
He has no power of arrest and if he physically prevents you from leaving he is guilty of assault and the police would be duty bound to come to your assistance.
Maria's away and Roy, who finds Tony collapsed in the street and gives him first aid, feels duty bound to stay with him in hospital.
HAVING complained about the gritters being in the wrong places last week I feel in duty bound to congratulate them this morning.
Sat on a plane bound for South Africa the Wasps chief allowed himself a solitary toast to mark his side's achievement but as Wales' trusted lieutenant, Edwards felt duty bound to underline his commitment to the Grand Slam champions for their Test series against the Springboks.
But he fought as a foot soldier against his native country because he was duty bound to protect the integrity of his community.
At this point, I only have about 350 square feet of grass, yet still feel duty bound to have some sort of lawn, not wishing to stray too far from neighborhood norms.
The GRA clearly stepped over the mark by threatening the very people the guards are duty bound to serve.
Martin's insistence that he is duty bound as prime minister to affirm any so-called right that is read into the Charter by the courts is not only wrong in principle, but fundamentally undemocratic.
As jokes go, it's not a bad one, but my inner pedant feels duty bound to point out that the Rhine goes nowhere near Berlin.
The school decided for very good reasons that pupils should not snowball and pupils were duty bound to obey.
Those who possess deep and sincere religious beliefs are duty bound to reject attempts to mock the gods of their faiths.