But having experienced the miracles of modern human medicine, they demanded the same standard for the pet.
I can only imagine which senator(s) demanded this provision in exchange for their support, but consider the oddity of the idea.
He was fighting to upend powerful public opinion that demanded to see the killers dead.
“So who exactly ‘forced’ you to remove CBS,” demanded another.
“Got you,” he said and demanded we give all our cell phones to him.
Here we roused up the inmates, and demanded a shelter for the night.
He demanded, moreover, that the interests of the planters should be duly regarded.
Vain postulate it often seems, yet of all life Brown demanded it.
They had their blood-hounds with them, and demanded permission of Dansley to search his house.
Little has ever been cut, because the land where it grows is not demanded for agriculture.
late 14c., "ask, make inquiry," from Old French demander (12c.) "to request; to demand," from Latin demandare "entrust, charge with a commission" (in Vulgar Latin, "to ask, request, demand"), from de- "completely" (see de-) + mandare "to order" (see mandate). Meaning "to ask for as a right" is early 15c., from Anglo-French legal use. Related: Demanded; demanding.
late 13c., "a question," from Old French demande (see demand (v.)). Meaning "a request, claim" is from c.1300. In the political economy sense (correlating to supply) it is attested from 1776 in Adam Smith.