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adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, a cause, or a duty

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steadfast in allegiance or duty

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inspired by love for your country

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unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause

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I have here certain letters from Paris on which I would consult your young sagacity which is accredited to us by the most loyal Dona Rita.
No palisade surrounded it, for, situated as it was, in the heart of loyal Waziri, its master had anticipated no possibility of an attack in force by any enemy.
In fact, so terrible did we make ourselves, that it became a greater peril to betray us than to remain loyal to us.
But these faults also may be overlooked, and the work is truly great, partly because it is an idealist's dream of chivalry, as chivalry might have been, a chivalry of faithful knights who went about redressing human wrongs and were loyal lovers and zealous servants of Holy Church; great also because Malory's heart is in his stories, so that he tells them in the main well, and invests them with a delightful atmosphere of romance which can never lose its fascination.
Loyal respect and decency tell even the imagination not to look too keenly and audaciously about the sacred audience-chamber, but to back away rapidly, silently, and respectfully, making profound bows out of the August Presence.
This may be said, that in all London there was no more loyal heart than Becky's after this interview.
They sounded faint and orderly after the wild tumult of his loyal subjects, but it was the best we could do.
It depends on the loyal devotion of its servants, and the devoted loyalty of trusted servants is associated with a certain amount of affectionate contempt, which keeps it sweet, as it were.
This is the perennial problem of trusty and loyal servants; anarchism gave it its particular complexion, but nothing more.
The Chief Inspector imparted that information in a tone of finality with some ill humour, as loyal servants will do in the consciousness of their fidelity and with the sense of the value of their loyal exertions.
For myself I am loyal to the lodge, and so I tell you straight; but I would be a poor creature if I were to repeat to any other what you might say to me in confidence.
Yes, it's worth it," the other answered, "to those that are loyal and go through with it and are a help to the lodge.
One of the most exciting aspects of our motor oil debut is that a whole new segment of car owners are going to become familiar with and then loyal to Prolong lubrication technology," predicts Bill Carlson, Vice President of Sales.
Bass Dale Travis, who portrayed David Orth in Die Burgschaft, returns as Loyal Friend with Roy Cornelius Smith as Good Hope.
Eloqua's combination of lead generation, marketing analytics, website tracking and CRM integration enables a seamless flow through the entire marketing and sales cycle, all the way from prospect to loyal customer.