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The university says it adheres to Supreme Court rulings over decades that have allowed the use of race within certain limits.

The nation has neither developed a uniform strategy nor agreed to adhere to the simplest measures to protect each other.

I’ve been extremely diligent for many months now, wearing my mask in public and around the office, while adhering to social distancing guidelines.

It’s the fact that the city can’t stand the message that Catholic Social Services and the archdiocese are sending by continuing to adhere to the old-fashioned view about marriage.

Even more importantly with regards to call tracking, every business needs to adhere to those key legal requirements, such as the EU’s GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, to make sure their customers’ sensitive information is safe.

Ben is not Orthodox or particularly committed to adhering to traditional Jewish laws.

Place a pastry circle over each bowl, adhering it with the egg wash.

No longer were women adhering to the strict dress codes of previous generations.

It certainly bodes well to the film adhering to what you were saying before, about humor being as important as the horror.

To be sure, the trade-off for adhering to Chinese restrictions is a lucrative market of professionals.

Unfortunately, unprogressive builders are still adhering to this inartistic plan.

A hundred and eighty-eight were for adhering to the vote of the eleventh of December.

Indistinct specimens of greenstone, with adhering quartz; apparently a primitive rock.

Quartz from thin veins, with particles of an adhering rock, probably chlorite-slate.

In believing thus, are we not adhering to the opinions of others without having one of our own?


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adhering, such as: gummy, sticky, adherent, holding, hugging, and pasty.

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