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“III. ii.47 (215,8) _loyal to his vow, and your increasing in love_] I read, Loyal to his vow and _you_, increasing in love.”
“With credits set to expire, some agents say they expect a lot of traffic, especially at homes at the more-affordable end of the scale — like this one, a $410,000 rambler in Loyal Heights listed by Liz Talley from Windermere.”
“Then she found out that Matthew was a member of Alabaster's secret ALL-MALE society known as the Loyal Order of the Basset Hounds.”
“During the regal government, two companies called the Loyal, and the”
“7. The club in my book is called The Loyal Order of the Basset Hounds.”
“7. The club in my book is called The Loyal Order of the”
“But it's beginning to seem like we're going to have to remind the GOP that the key word is "Loyal" opposition.”
“Loyal' is one way, I suppose, of describing someone who seeks to probe and control every area of your life: I came back from my holiday in Melbourne to discover she had moved and rearranged everything I had in the kitchen.”
“Loyal" customers -- i.e., top spenders -- get bumped to the top of the waiting list (currently about 170).”
“Loyal" Afghan troops-that was an optimistic adjective for them, he grumbled-were putting the bodies, and the pieces, into rubber bags to be helicoptered back to Ghazni, then flown to Moscow for identification.”
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