He soon encountered the Ostyak prince Demian, who had fortified himself in a fortress on the banks of the Irtysh with 2,000 loyal fighters. But, unfortunately, their loyal audience quickly learned these auto mechanics might need some lessons in autotune. Yugoslavia immediately disintegrated when those loyal to the Serbian King and the Croatian units mutinied. In five years time, mortgages will have become portable products with no loyalty to the lender attached. In the sentences: The dogs is sick - we know about this dog, we know what dog is sick.
They prescribed loyalty to the patriot cause, disloyalty to the British government and a promise not to aid and abet the enemy. It may have been cheeky to argue for lockstep loyalty to a rightwing Republican administration by invoking the great anti-fascist struggles of the last century, but it worked. The continuous warfare made necessary a professional army, which was more loyal to its generals than to the republic. The Floridas remained loyal to Great Britain during the American Revolution. In choosing duty to the party over loyalty to his conscience, he has only succeeded in corking and blunting his own pen. Family ties within the elites were important, as were the virtues of loyalty, courage, and honour. Vane the Elder, on the King's Privy Council, remained completely loyal to his King.
Unionist areas of Northern Ireland often display this and other symbols to show the loyalty and sense of identity of the community. Chinese officials became even more cautious in dealing with the Portuguese, since the deposed King of Malacca had been a loyal tributary to the imperial Ming court. To believe something with a perfect faith, to be incapable of apostasy, is a sign of fidelity to the group and loyalty to the cause. Corina often found her job meaningless without a Master in the manor, but her loyalty to the Warrick descendant never wavered. Reilly's story, one of loyalty, brotherhood, and dogged determination, captures and holds the reader's attention. But we expect loyalty and have no qualms about throwing someone out of the group if they don't play fair with us. While the army command may have disapproved of his tactical and strategic decisions, the loyalty of the common soldier was unquestioned.
After the removal of the cloth, several excellent Songs, Toasts, and Sentiments, were given by the Brothers, amongst which, were the usual loyal Toasts of the Order. Horses are one of the recurring motifs in Yeats's art, symbolic of loyalty, intelligence and the unbridled freedom of his early childhood. They promised to do all in their power to help the Anglican Church, and to encourage all her members to be loyal to her. Those towns had become fortresses and showed more reliable loyalty to him than to others. Ron Mellor also sees Polybius as partisan who, out of loyalty to Scipio, vilified Scipio's opponents. Many Han Chinese actually chose not to serve in the new Ming court at all due to their loyalty to the Yuan. In 1665, at the start of the war, the British and Scotch Brigades of the Dutch army had been ordered to swear loyalty to the Stadtholder.
He executed Pertinax's murderers and dismissed the rest of the Praetorian Guard, filling its ranks with loyal troops from his own legions. If any of these people demonstrate more loyalty to the customer than to the government, they risk bringing their businesses to financial ruin. The British leader sought refuge among the Brigantes, but their queen, Cartimandua, proved her loyalty by surrendering him to the Romans. Franciscan spirituality also strongly emphasizes working to preserve the Church and remain loyal to it. Ryan is devoted to Attila, his battle-scarred and loyal war dog. During the war of independence, particularly after the Declaration of Independence in 1776 this use was extended to cover anyone who remained loyal to the British Crown. I would say that they are very tough even to themselves, but that's a lousy guess.
St Mary's still has a small but loyal and enthusiastic congregation, and services are held weekly. Show More Sentences What right has the Sinn Fein to be a party to an agreement concerning the defences of Belfast Lough, which touches only the loyal counties of Antrim and Down. Also, while Yermak had succeeded in regaining the loyalty of the tribes, his men were now almost completely out of gunpowder. There has also been an expectation among senior civil servants that merit allied to seniority, rather than party loyalty, should determine promotion. Speeches extolled national unity, imperial loyalty, remembrance of the dead, and the need for young men to volunteer. Have no idea about the final sentence in the paragraph. Show More Sentences He wanders into pointless asides, conspiracy theories and even presumes to lecture the audience about its loyalty to Canada.
This was done in order to minimize desertion and assure the loyalty of the troops while he was himself busy with the destruction of Rome. A British cosmetic surgery clinic is offering loyalty card discounts to repeat customers. He continued to say that, with Augustus' death and swearing of loyalty to Tiberius, the people of Rome simply traded one slaveholder for another. The Veterans of Foreign Wars organized an americanization committee that promoted the song as a litmus test of loyalty. Consider the detailed information that every loyalty card user volunteers to the store.
The president would not have picked him as Secretary of State if there were any doubt about his reliability or loyalty. This led to a schism between those clergy who swore the required oath and accepted the new arrangement and those who remained loyal to the Pope. From the syntax, it's a separate item, as if the requirement for the loyalty oath is law. Blackstone's book stated that dissent from the Church of England was a crime and that Dissenters could not be loyal subjects. For the most part, however, the Highlands are considered predominantly Protestant, loyal to the Church of Scotland.