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faithful

the faithful
a. the believers in and loyal adherents of a religious faith, esp Christianity
b. any group of loyal and steadfast followers
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"From the time it was directed by the Supreme Court during oral arguments to submit the said documents, the OSG faithfully and promptly did so," the OSG said.
Maddy Fisher, Faithfully Ageing Better Worker said: "We are looking to link up groups who provide a safe place for people to go along and find free or low-cost refreshments, local advice and a listening ear.
Accordingly, wrote the senators, we ask that you heed your own advice and delay your planned vote on this item until you have faithfully executed all of the steps outlined above and provided the American people a full and fair opportunity to participate in this process.
Has he faithfully and conscientiously fulfilled his duties as President of the Philippines?
Research by Cardiff University found that from 15 months children begin to imitate the behaviour of other people more faithfully and less selectively than in earlier months.
Research by developmental scientists at Cardiff University found that from 15 months of age, children begin to imitate the behaviour of other people more faithfully and less selectively than in earlier months.
"Many Lebanese migrated to Argentina more than 100 years ago and have become nationals that faithfully serve this country," said Sleiman, expressing profound gratitude to the governor of the city of Buenos Iris for having looked after Lebanese expatriates for decades now.
LIVING WELL AND DYING FAITHFULLY: CHRISTIAN PRACTICES FOR END-OF-LIFE CARE.
Based on an actual John Deere tractor the remote control operated vehicle 6430 been faithfully brought to life in superb detail, with flashing lights and realistic engine sounds..
"Faithfully Yours" is a collection of writings gathered from correspondence between various individuals and Rabbi Samuel S.
While many Anglicans may wrongly undervalue the work of youth ministers, and while we may deplore the loss of such positions, is it fair to take a swipe at the ministry of other individuals carried out so diligently and faithfully?
And it will come as no surprise to guess who will pay for this crime spree - the rest of us who faithfully pay our insurance premiums and will no doubt face a hike in our payments as companies understandably seek to recoup their losses.