- v. present participle of adhere.
“Paul is a constitutionalist who believes in adhering strictly to the constitution ..”
“Setting aside the fact that a country should be unequivocal in adhering to her own laws even when inconvenient, for that is what keeps us from being lawless, what can be done to solve this problem?”
“Q: Which SciFi films and/or television shows do the best job in adhering to realistic science?”
“For me, ethics relates to the quality of consistency in adhering to established philosophical principles.”
“These people are more interested in adhering to the old Reagan dogma of never speaking ill of another Republican than they would ever be concerned about the fact that Bush and his administration of been lying, spinning and manipulating the facts for years.”
“Studies conclude that aspartame is safe for use by diabetics and may aid diabetics in adhering to a sugar-free diet.”
“Read Madison's Notes for August 20, 1787, and you will see that the framers intended "giving them aid and comfort" to be explanatory and restrictive of the phrase "in adhering to their enemies.”
“Romanorum, Tale cviii., of Constancy in adhering to”
“Article Three defines treason as only levying war against the United States or “in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort,” and requires the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act or a confession in open court for conviction.”
“I should esteem life itself not unworthily sacrificed," said Mr. Ward, "if by word or deed, I could aid the banks in adhering faithfully to their duty.”
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