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Synonyms for adhere

be compatible or in accordance with

follow through or carry out a plan without deviation

be a devoted follower or supporter

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be loyal to

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Researchers examined medical records of 20,721 healthy men, ages 45 to 79, and assessed whether they adhered to five healthful lifestyle factors: a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, low-fat dairy, and whole grains; no smoking; consuming alcohol in moderation (about one drink a day); waist circumference less than about 37 inches; and regular exercise (walking/biking at least 40 minutes a day).
The change makes it easier to slide and fit the tubes onto new pipework sections since the tube can be stretched over and onto the pipe without being constricted by the Tuffcoat covering being adhered all the way around the tube sections.
In particular, an interior material in which an inorganic fiber layer, a foam layer and a surface material layer are adhered together via the aforementioned type of adhering layers is a desirable embodiment.
Researchers further categorized the data, based on the degree to which women said they adhered to the ACS guidelines.
Morocco has always been respectful of the non-proliferation treaties and has adhered to Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials as well as other agreements, Benkhadra told MAP following her participation in the two-day Washington summit.
Farmers wishing to carry out controlled burning must adhere to the regulations which stipulates that advance notice of an intended burn must be given to neighbours and that a burning management plan must be prepared and adhered to.
Why do we have to tolerate this type of behaviour in our country, thereby lowering the high standards we have always adhered to over many decades?
Furthermore, says Prentice, the women who adhered most closely to the diet had a 15 percent reduced risk of breast cancer overall, compared with the normal-diet group.
Among 65 teenagers who had initially adhered to their treatment regimen for at least a year, half failed to do so within 12 months; young age and being depressed were associated with an increased likelihood of nonadherence.
Films can also be wrapped around hydraulic hose and adhered to conveyor belts used for moving chemicals or foods.