adherence


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the close physical union of two objects

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faithful support for a cause or political party or religion

the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition

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It seems to me the first care of government should be to set at liberty those who have suffered for their adherence to it."
The pictures and effigies of them all show their adherence to the early Roman type.
Leonard Upjohn described Kennington with that restrained humour which a strict adherence to the vocabulary of Sir Thomas Browne necessitated.
This, however, was not all the king had to submit to; he was obliged to undergo the usual ceremony, which on that evening was marked by close adherence to the strictest etiquette.
Have you ever observed the remarkable adherence to set forms of speech which characterizes the talkers of arrant nonsense!
Mr Allworthy then asked him many questions concerning Jones, as to his health, and other matters; to all which Partridge answered, without having the least regard to what was, but considered only what he would have things appear; for a strict adherence to truth was not among the articles of this honest fellow's morality or his religion.
They were not among those who disbelieved their brother's letter; but they had no confidence in Maggie's adherence to her renunciation of him; they suspected that she had shrunk rather from the elopement than from the marriage, and that she lingered in St.
Bold and daring enterprise, stubborn endurance of privation, unflinching intrepidity in facing danger, and inflexible adherence to conscientious principle, had steeled to energetic and unyielding hardihood the characters of the primitive settlers of all these colonies.
As the attempt to establish among themselves the community of goods was a seal of that sacred bond which knit them so closely together, so the conduct they observed toward the natives of the country displays their steadfast adherence to the rules of justice and their faithful attachment to those of benevolence and charity.
The lowest levels of adherence were seen in the youngest patients.
Objective: The study aimed to perceived barriers to medication adherence in patients with chronic illnesses.
These life-altering changes include dietary modifications and restrictions, fluid restrictions, medication adherence, and adherence to rigorous treatment schedules for those undergoing hemodialysis (HD).
(1) Poor medication adherence among COPD patients is one of the key factors preventing patients from reaching treatment goals.
Background: Adherence to medication treatment in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) is important to increase its effectiveness, reduce patient disability, prevent attacks, and increase the quality of life.