It would also, at a teacher ratio of 6:1 (what Perry had) require 1.3 million new high quality preschool teachers.
She lost enough weight to require the services of a surgeon to remove the excess skin, and had breast implants.
The knowledge-driven jobs of this new century will require men and women who possess sophisticated technical skills.
But saying that seemed to require asking "So if we're not going to stop the attacks, what can we do?"
The classic example is public works, which require buying concrete and steel and lots of other stuff as well as employing workers.
The first list is of articles which require no ticket at any price.
This may make a good depot if we require to stay long in this neighbourhood.
They are easily grown on light soil, but require protection from slugs when they first appear.
But while we do justice to others, we must require that justice be done to us.
They are not hard masters, they govern very mildly; only they require a sum of money to be sent every year to Pekin, as tribute.
late 14c., "to ask a question, inquire," from Old French requerre "seek, procure; beg, ask, petition; demand," from Vulgar Latin *requaerere, from Latin requirere "seek to know, ask," from re-, here perhaps meaning "repeatedly" (see re-), + quaerere "ask, seek" (see query (v.)).
The original sense of this word has been taken over by request (v.). Sense of "demand (someone) to do (something)" is from 1751, via the notion of "to ask for imperatively, or as a right" (late 14c.). Related: Required; requiring.