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  • n. Plural form of fidelity.

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Examples

  • Here, with the fear of mystery cruelly upon him, believing Hiwilani's dope implicitly, he was caught between two fidelities.

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  • His peace confirms the fidelities of his mistress to her late husband.

    A Moment with Greuze

  • But is it possible that might have regarded Jesus as the expression of two fidelities: God's faithfulness expressed in sending and not sparing his only Son, and human faithfulness in obedience where Adam had once disobeyed?

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  • In his preface to the discussion of this latter group, Anderson surely furnishes a clue to his own fidelities by writing: But to be defeated and to be bowed are not the same.

    What’s Left?

  • BROOKE PITTMAN: I think fidelities at the core of a marriage.

    CNN Transcript May 7, 2005

  • Richard Painting all virtual worlds with the same broad sweeps of law without allowing for different fidelities is, I suspect, going to do more harm than good.

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  • Painting all virtual worlds with the same broad sweeps of law without allowing for different fidelities is, I suspect, going to do more harm than good.

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  • Is this the end of all my bursting prayers? all my life-long fidelities?

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • Our speaker today will likely not confess to any former fidelities with monopolies.

    Competition—Creating A New Balance of Power

  • How his fitful fidelities had directed themselves to her!

    The Yoke A Romance of the Days when the Lord Redeemed the Children of Israel from the Bondage of Egypt

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