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obligatory

/ob·lig·a·to·ry/ (ob-lig´ah-tor″e) obligate.

obligatory

(ə-blĭg′ə-tôr′ē, ŏb′lĭ-gə-)
adj.
Biology Obligate.

o·blig′a·to′ri·ly adv.

obligatory

unavoidable; something that is bound to occur.

obligatory water diuresis
polyuria resulting from a decrease or inactivity of antidiuretic hormone on distal tubules and collecting ducts.
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Obligatory XVS constructions are thus best understood as symbolic units, that is, pairings of form and meaning, in which all of its types share an underlying schema of the XVS forms, where X obligatorily triggers the constructions, the verb is intransitive, and in which the SVX word-order is grammatically unavailable or different in meaning.
Confirming Hypothesis 1, the results showed that regardless of modality, manner is obligatorily expressed when it is salient.
Therefore, these patients should not obligatorily be considered as representative of all acute Lyme disease patients.
These companies will list obligatorily in a period of five years.
If the O of the original clause is non-human and the causee is human, the causee is obligatorily marked and the original O left unmarked, as in (36).
Another change included in the law is that picture-based health warnings will obligatorily be placed on nargile (water pipe) bottles.
Thus, spatial schemata can be obligatorily activated when one thinks about time-related concepts, even when this would hurt performance.
But does quantity obligatorily translate into quality?
People die, people are maimed; Park talks very briefly, even obligatorily, to a couple of men who've lost feet to toppling ship parts.
compels the gift that has been received to be obligatorily reciprocated?