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They were meant, she says, to be “a public display of your allegiance.”
Weaned on the good stuff, they’re adventurous in their tastes and fickle in their allegiance.
When Rory spills out of Logan’s limo o’ dudes, champagne drunk and dripping with diamonds, she’s officially transferred her allegiances over to the elder Gilmore world, and Lorelai knows it.
More than half the athletes racing were in Nike spikes—their allegiance visible from the stands thanks to the neon yellow of their shoes.
The law has scrambled typical political allegiances, with law enforcement groups and some Democrats on one side, and Republicans and a handful of Democrats on the other.
Allegiance was well enough; but there was a higher allegiance suddenly discovered which superseded all earthly considerations.
She would share neither treasure with that nameless leader who held Armand's allegiance.
Then, declining to take the oath of allegiance to Louis Philippe, he retired from the peerage, and gave up his pension.
Here Llewellyn, in 1237, convened all the chieftains of Wales to take the oath of allegiance.
It was perhaps the only oath of allegiance which John had ever taken.
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