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ready to do favors for another

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showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for others

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5-Star members, who run Rome's city hall, abstained on Thursday from a vote on obliging schoolchildren in the capital to be vaccinated, stoking fresh controversy over their stance.
N Obliging the Health and Industry and Commerce Ministries to monitor herbal medicine retailers
found that negotiators tend to reciprocate counterparts' integrating, compromising, and competing styles, but complementary responses are often seen in reaction to counterparts' competing and obliging styles.
Talks touched upon the tragic situation the Palestinian people are living under the Israeli siege on Gaza, where both sides stressed necessity for the international community to move and findAaan urgent solution to this situation by obliging Israel to lift thisAaunjistAasiege.
23/09/2008, IRIN, JOHANNESBURG -- The UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food has called on governments to draw up national laws obliging them to take action when there is a threat of famine or food insecurity.
The Japanese Bankers Association will shortly devise in-house rules obliging member banks to reimburse depositors in the event that savings were withdrawn through fraud via the Internet, sources close to the association said Thursday.
Pragmatic critiques--that, for example, such projects are luxuries we cannot afford in divisive times--may be politically salient, but they are artistically conservative, restricting artists to relations they abhor and obliging them to abjure their most far-reaching propositions.
In The Week: Eating Out (Echo, February 12), Alison Stokes extolled the new Italian eatery, Casanova, in Quay Street, Cardiff, and says: 'The staff are friendly and obliging, which makes a refreshing change.
Ben Durrant was the only contestant to tip two winners on day three - Coleorton Dancer and Northern Splendour obliging at 5-4 and 7-2 respectively - and moves into second spot.
When the Buenos Aires province legislature, in a rare display of eagerness, voted to authorize the restructuring in January it included an option permitting, but not obliging, the province to entrust the process to the federal government.
The new law carries a clause obliging the Diet to review the interest rate ceiling after three years in view of potential business difficulties small shoko lenders may face as a result of the cutback in the binding upper interest limit.
The council has been discussing the survival of the two mines as the current law obliging domestic private power utilities to purchase coal from them expires at the end of fiscal 2001, on March 31, 2002.
They recall 1529, when the Turks besieged Vienna, not as obliging guest workers, but as world conquerors.
There are many ways of hiding personal assets and we are sure crooked officials hid their ill-gotten gains in the past even if there was no law obliging them to submit a capital statement.
l Obliging all ministries and government-owned companies to employ disabled Bahrainis so they make up at least two per cent of their workforce.