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one who supports and adheres to another

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Entre en scene alors Mohamed Khalfaoui, connu et respecte d'une grande partie des adherents et du public Rajaoui.
The considered hybrid joint consists of two adherents made of the composite material IM7 8552, a bondline made of the non-commercialized paste adhesive named "Mojo-Mix" and a DSF described by the above mentioned mechanical fastener.
Inherent in every religion are moral principles, which are implicit both in religious experience and the belief and actions of adherents.
IBS patients were adherent for a median 41 of the 42 days of the combined diets, and healthy controls were adherent for the entire 42 days.
I hope one day that the adherents of the religion centered on Darwin's theories will one day be able to admit the same.
With regards to believers or adherents, we argue (with the support of existing literature) that some religious charities may use such funding for strictly religious purposes.
Adherents of the differing currents of Judaism have been up in arms in recent weeks as the government has mulled a law that would recognize the Orthodox rabbinate's exclusive authority over conversions.
Yet one potentially crucial aspect that Hungerman overlooks is competition among faith-based organizations for adherents over time.
NOW hear this; know all persons by these present that we, the most wretched and miserable inhabitants of the township of Odersfeld, do humbly prostrate ourselves in abject obeisance before the citizens of Ledis (sic) forasmuch as our band of stalwart and snappy Terriers, in this the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Eight, were, by the Grace of God and due in no small part to their own stalwart and 'dogged' endeavours, able to overcome those most high-minded and egotistical adherents of McAllister in a recent tournament on the fields of Elland Road by two 'butts' to one.
The Alliance's press release said the coach's viewpoint is "disingenuous and insulting to sincere religious adherents.
What makes the biggest difference between the way libertarians handle things that they might find offensive, compared with adherents of most other socio-political ideologies, is that we don't believe that the State has any place preventing behaviors which do not specifically violate negative rights or forcing people to accept said offensive behavior.
From a more philosophical standpoint, some would argue that the church has a moral responsibility to grow and nurture the generosity of its adherents, both financially and spiritually.
The four leading mainline churches, by comparison, could claim a mere 15 million adherents combined.
The interviewees give witness to the shift we have seen in our society from "religion" to "spirituality" I think they can teach us traditional church adherents, especially church workers, a good deal about how this shift has taken place.
It may be a show that breaks new ground but finds few adherents, like HBO's "Big Love.