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loyalty

loy uhl tee

  • n  the quality of being loyal
  • n  feelings of allegiance
  • n  the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action
    they felt no loyalty to a losing team

  • Everyone extols and admires loyalty, and no one ever achieves it.
  • Amid the slump, smart companies are boosting profits by cultivating loyalty among workers and customers alike.
  • Last week the Civil Service Commission's Loyalty Review Board, the capital's top loyalty panel, reversed the finding, decided there was a "reasonable doubt" of Service's loyalty .
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  • Michael Schumacher in guardian.co.uk
    When referring to the circumstances, Schumacher said: "Though it is true that the chapter of Formula One has been completely closed for me for a long time, it is also true that for loyalty reasons to the team I cannot ignore that unfortunate...
  • Osama bin Laden in Forbes
    The storming of the Red Mosque in Islamabad in July "demonstrated Musharraf's insistence on continuing his loyalty, submissiveness and aid to America against the Muslims ...... and makes armed rebellion against him and removing him obligatory,"...
  • Martin Windrow in Sydney Morning Herald
    Bigeard was personally fearless, tactically brilliant and an intuitive master of terrain, who could conduct a battle by map and radio like the conductor of an orchestra. He inspired the absolute loyalty of his officers and men,Martin Windrow,...

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