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fayth fuhl

  • n  any loyal and steadfast following
  • n  a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church
  • a  steadfast in affection or allegiance
    years of faithful service
    faithful employees
    we do not doubt that England has a faithful patriot in the Lord Chancellor
  • s  marked by fidelity to an original
    a faithful copy of the portrait
    a faithful rendering of the observed facts
  • a  not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend
    he remained faithful to his wife

  • For decades, the men and women who ran the Democratic Party and its campaigns bought into the conservative spin that the faithful were pro-life, right-wing and most certainly not .
  • Brazenly defying the West, he revived Islam's faithful and authored a new form of religious government.
  • So what is the faithful but health-conscious Muslim woman to do? There are many schools of thought addressing this practical problem, and often the answer boils down to comfort vs .
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  • Nikki Randhawa Haley in Reading Little India
    Haley, 38, a Tea Party favorite who has been endorsed by Sarah Palin, has denounced the allegation as a politically motivated smear: "I have been 100 percent faithful to my husband throughout our 13 years of marriage. This claim against me is...
  • Muqtada al-Sadr in Forbes
    The faithful should participate in a demonstration in Najaf on April 9, demanding that the occupiers withdraw from our lands. They should carry or wear Iraqi flags,al-Sadr said in a statement released by his office.
  • Tom Brady in Forbes
    Now this is Foxborough faithful right here,Brady told a cheering crowd of about 15,000 after he reached the podium at midfield along the Patriots sideline. "We can just go ahead and play the game today. Thank you guys for coming out."

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