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fealty

fee uhl tee

  • n  the loyalty that citizens owe to their country (or subjects to their sovereign)

  • In a country where family ties and political fealty have long been ensnarled, the plot is still thickening.
  • For nearly three years, the nuns had demanded freedom from the traditional rules of the cloister; the Vatican and the archdiocese of Los Angeles insisted on fealty to religious .
  • He covered 4,399 miles in that final exhausting spasm, as if to demonstrate his fealty to the crusade through its crushing climax.
News & Articles

  • Copperhead hits all of Kauffman's themes, and is a big hit with screening audience
    If Bill Kauffman sat down to write a screen play, the result would surely be the movie Copperhead. The ideal Kauffman film would take a look at a side of history that is little known and rarely discussed. The lead character would be a dissenter, the holder of unpopular opinions who won't bow to conformity. The major themes would be love of family, community before nation, and fealty to the ...
    June 14, 2013 - The Batavian
Quotes

  • James Robertson in WND.com
    Robertson sarcastically wrote: "The plaintiff says that he is a retired Air Force colonel who continues to owe fealty to his commander in chief (because he might possibly be recalled to duty) and who is tortured by uncertainty as to whether he would...
  • Tony Peraica in Austin Weekly News
    Commissioner Tony Peraica, (16th District), accused the Daleys of wanting to replace Stroger with "some other African-American figure" who will be "pliable, with fealty to the mayor."
  • President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in Philippine Headline News
    The honor of the Filipino soldiers is at stake, and I am confident that the judges in uniform will conduct themselves with absolute fealty to the Constitution, the people and the command,Mrs. Arroyo said.

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