refuse to oblige

See: disoblige
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"Come, come, my dear fellow," said Sir Henry, "you can't refuse to oblige a lady."
The designated chemists where PBC pensioners get medicines now refuse to oblige, saying that PBC has not paid their bills for months.
If they again refuse to oblige, they will be forced to use force to move the sacked ministers out but this is the last option.
It has been heard that many newspapers and news agency are waiting with bated breath for as much as a single picture of Baby B, but have been solemnly disappointed as the Bachchans claim this to be too personal an affair and refuse to oblige. Rumour also has it that even the foreign media is trying to get hold of this big exclusive and have even offered the family a substantial sum of money running into crores.
Therefore chums, despite the sterling efforts of the authorities, I refuse to oblige and run around like a headless or even flu'ey chicken.