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“Loyally she insists on Alan's good intentions and omits any reference to remorse or inadequate warnings, but suggests creatively how resolution of his case could serve both countries.”
“Loyally skipped spoilers and am only more convinced of my need to get my hands on a copy.”
“Loyally, he had stayed discreet about what he had learned.”
“Loyally and gallantly my wounded kite carries me over the S.E. zone back to my wing at Husi.”
“Loyally on many a field the Canadians stood to their guns till they were exhausted, but kept working them because they knew their Yankee comrades needed their support.”
“Loyally the rabbit-eared Setter took up the chase.”
“Loyally to love a great error may well be more helpful than meanly to serve a great truth; for in doubt, no less than in faith, are passion and love to be found.”
“Loyally she kept her word, and, for the next week, she was Hubert's constant attendant and slave.”
“Loyally cutting short her pleasant companionship with her fellow artists she returned with me to West Salem a few days before the fair opened.”
“Loyally this weather-bronzed, inflexible guardian of the Law stuck to his post -- the post entrusted to him by God Himself -- and, faithful to his duty, held fast to the principle _j'y suis, j'y reste_.”
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