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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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By laminating a plurality of layers via an adhering layer made of such a nonwoven fabric and then heating, a laminate is obtained by a simple process.
The amount of risk reduced by adhering to the three health behaviors was the same for women with and without a family history.
The invitees will be a mixture of health departments currently adhering to state or local accreditation standards as well as those not adhering to accreditation standards.
(Photos show paint flaking paint off the untreated sample but adhering well to the treated sample.)
HIV-infected teenagers may need help in adhering to regimens of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART).
I now know the importance of adhering to the fundamentals.
An attorney general running for higher office is different than a senator seeking the presidency because there is a risk that the legal system becomes politicized and is no longer seen as adhering to principles of fair play and due process.
This can happen for several reasons, including (1) not adhering to Information Document Request (IDR) response times, not responding to IDRs or providing incomplete IDR responses; (2) not engaging in meaningful or good-faith issue resolution discussions; (3) failing to thoroughly disclose prior, concurrent and ongoing transactions; (4) failing to disclose a tax shelter or listed transaction; and (5) not adhering to any other MOU commitment(s).
With that research agenda we raised money to conduct prospective trials of how well patients there were adhering to HIV therapy, and how well their adherence translates to improved health outcomes.
All were equally suspicious of attacks against "high" architecture and were convinced that if architecture had anything to offer society it was precisely in its adhering to internal codes of form and composition that, like music, were susceptible to combination and development on their own terms--in, that is, adhering to its own limited autonomy.
The 96-Well Pattern Sealing Tape is adhesive-free around the 96-wells which prevents the tacky/sticky adhesive glue from adhering to plastic pipette tips or metal probes.
Then fold material over top of shade, pleating fabric to fit (at about 1-inch intervals) and adhering each fold with glue gun.
Parker clarified that dealers and mill buyers "have the right to question each other," but urged attendees to adhere to rules of courtesy and good behavior, including being humble, respecting the dignity of the individual and adhering to the golden rule: Do unto others as you would have them to unto you.
The spheres adhere to the surface at single points, delivering needed tack, without completely adhering to the surface.
Ultrastructural analysis by scanning electron microscopy of bacteria adhering to plastic showed flagellalike structures within the bacterial clusters, suggesting that flagella are produced as the bacteria spread on the abiotic surface.