Despite a $1,000 fine for those who don’t adhere to the mandate, residents and businesses in the western part of the state have continued to go mask-less.
Throughout his tenure in Houston, Morey was famous for adhering strictly to the math behind basketball.
“We will have to see where we are with the public health guidance and make sure we are able to adhere to that guidance,” said John Falcicchio, Bowser’s chief of staff and deputy mayor for planning and economic development.
A gun show expected to draw thousands of attendees to an expo center in Fairfax County this weekend was canceled Thursday after a judge ruled the organizers had to adhere to the state’s newly tightened coronavirus restrictions.
Even if these protocols are adhered to, Fabre said, they may not work.
That's precisely the unwritten policy every gay player has adhered to in the history of the NFL.
Make like the legendary Kitty Carlisle Hart, who adhered to a daily ritual.
I wondered if they had known about the worshipful attitude that once adhered to men like themselves, and mourned its absence.
West, 33, has only dabbled in the business world, but when his activities have adhered to this strategy they have been successful.
He added that last year, crunch year, had not adhered to this pattern.
He stood aloof from Balliol, and, in spite of marked snubbing, steadily adhered to Edward.
Had we adhered to the route outlined for us by the Motor Union Secretary, we should have missed it altogether.
I adhered to the cheaper baili, and Mr. Brown was so obliging as to procure one for me, and to lend me a servant.
Though not ill-disposed, I had hitherto been little impressed with its truth, and had not well adhered to it.
I adhered firmly to this resolution as time advanced; but the consideration of it was begun the first night of my captivity.
On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adhered, such as: clung, held, and hewed.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.