And over 25% of dealer and aftermarket swing loyalists - and disloyalists
- would jump on board given the option.
96) Loyalist appeals accusing Labor of rank disloyalty were so intense throughout the election campaign because of the fear that those who voted 'No' might repeat it and vote for anti-war disloyalists
In a column on July 14, 1942, Krock recalled a bill proposed by Senator Chamberlin during World War I to punish spies and disloyalists
by court martial.
In an uncharacteristic outburst, Major referred to the disloyalists
Are loyal minorities protected and disloyalists
("terrorists," potentially genocidal) neutered in time?