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The old Chippewa has never deviated from the faith of his fathers, as he still adheres to all their rites and ceremonies.
There was a pathetic hesitancy in her manner, the hesitancy of a weak woman who adheres to a purpose only by supreme effort.
DOPESAX ROHMER
His version adheres as closely to the original as is compatible with elegance and the preservation of metrical grace.
I am riveted to my chair, and my chair adheres to the ground in such a manner that no force could move us.
He is well descended, and what is convenient for a Courtier, he adheres to the Religion which is uppermost in the State.
Shell, rather limpet-like, with a hooked apex (whence its generic name), adheres to stones or piles in running water.
OUR BRITISH SNAILSJOHN WILLIAM HORSLEY
A gastronome of the old school who preserves the simple tastes and adheres to the natural diet of the pre-pork period.
But this is not the case, for he adheres firmly to his decision, and therefore his energy must remain unimpaired.
This adheres closely to the trunk of the victim, and the two arms meet at the opposite side and blend together.
He was reared in the Lutheran faith and still adheres to the teachings of that church.

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