use mandate in a sentence.
Gnome shell mandates compositing.
Four weeks are federally mandated.
They will if the government mandates it.
A government mandated Ponzi scheme.
They could mandate an abstraction layer.
I assume it means legally mandated.
It's longer than two presidential mandates in the US.
I'm referring to using an officially mandated automated diagnosis system.
Our recent company-mandated sig includes 5 attachments.
WP7 mandates three buttons.
Actually, chris, you wouldn't have externally mandated quantitive constraints.
Like the crapware that carriers mandate on the iPhone?
It still uses the Safari rendering engine, because Apple mandates it.
Nothing mandates that you keep your bitcoin wallet networked.
Of course, Gates mandated insane working conditions as well.
I'd love to, but my organization basically mandates vim.
Could you mandate signed commits to keep track of that?
Why do so many style guides mandate spaces for indentation?
Yes, but instead of just lying and introducing it without a mandate, he sought a mandate.
The government can't mandate interdependent families and communities.
Interestingly, the government can also mandate compulsory euthanasia for the elderly.
IPv6 doesn't help, since it doesn't mandate any particular key management (and BTNS isn't even finished), nor does it mandate that IPsec be enabled.