Smoking meat with a traditional setup is a daunting endeavor, requiring constant monitoring and quite a bit of skill.
Maybe Facebook and Twitter could do a better job of requiring people with accounts to prove they are who they say they are.
He made remarks about Israel being a “work in progress” and requiring improvement, but remained intentionally vague.
Congress created the Wetterling Act in 1994, requiring states to establish registries listing convicted sex offenders.
Prions can survive in extremes, requiring upwards of 1,800 degrees of heat to be neutralized.
Some not ungentlemanly malady, not hereditary, not incurable, not requiring any obvious change in habits of life.
It seemed that his eyelids were heavy, requiring an effort to lift them.
My duties not requiring me to be away from Arequipa often, much of my time was spent with Felicita.
The soil is heavier, requiring longer and more constant cultivation.
There were not less than 500 large canoes, over seventy feet in length, requiring 8500 paddlers.
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.