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    Context examples for the meanings & translations of "beholden" in English - English

    I am personally beholden to him for the friendship he has always shown me.

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    I am personally beholden to him for the friendship he has always shown me.

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    Article 6 (b) was important, but did not imply that the Court was in any way beholden to the Security Council.

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    Article 6 (b) was important, but did not imply that the Court was in any way beholden to the Security Council.

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    In many instances, they are beholden to the large, influential farmers and neglect the small farmers, who have far less education and political power.

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    We are beholden to the people we work for, whether they be clients or customers or shareholders or voters.

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    Maine’s independent, Clean Elections candidate, Terry is beholden only to the Mainers, and not to party leaders, special interests, or wealthy contributors

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    In many instances, they are beholden to the large, influential farmers and neglect the small farmers, who have far less education and political power.

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    We are beholden to the people we work for, whether they be clients or customers or shareholders or voters.

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    The cooperation of third world Governments with local and international private interests in a triple alliance has meant that none of the three is beholden to or likely to serve the needs of the poor.

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    The cooperation of third world Governments with local and international private interests in a triple alliance has meant that none of the three is beholden to or likely to serve the needs of the poor.

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    The cooperation of third world Governments with local and international private interests in a triple alliance has meant that none of the three is beholden to or likely to serve the needs of the poor.

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    In many instances, they are beholden to the large, influential farmers and neglect the small farmers, who have far less education and political power.

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    The cooperation of third world Governments with local and international private interests in a triple alliance has meant that none of the three is beholden to or likely to serve the needs of the poor.

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    I am personally beholden to him for the friendship he has always shown me.

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    Article 6 (b) was important, but did not imply that the Court was in any way beholden to the Security Council.

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    The WTO exists because powerful national players wanted to focus the politics of international trade disputes on an international organization whose decisions are likely to be considered legitimate, precisely because it is formally democratic, and because its decision makers are bureaucrats not beholden to any particular country.

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    We are beholden to the people we work for, whether they be clients or customers or shareholders or voters.

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    Article 6 (b) was important, but did not imply that the Court was in any way beholden to the Security Council.

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    We are beholden to the people we work for, whether they be clients or customers or shareholders or voters.

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