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Danny's the boy: Smith is set to keep faith with teen star
Saintfiet said he is going to keep faith with the playing style - counter attacking - that has served the team so well.
Keeping Faith will probably be of greatest interest to readers who are, like the author, actively involved in their own "search for what it means to have and keep faith.
In gratitude and relief, we can all celebrate the POWs' release - and keep faith that all our troops will return home soon.
Significant clock increases and the introduction of Hyper-Threading into mainstream desktop PCs will allow Intel to keep faith with Moore's Law, which implies processor performance should double every 1824 months," said Kevin Krewell, a General Manager with In-Stat/MDR.
And Keegan's decision to keep faith with Wanchope ahead of the former Leeds striker proved spot on.
When Seament Albania's factory in Elbasan was forced to close for eight months during the anarchy of 1977, the management decided to keep faith with the workforce by continuing to pay their salaries, even though there was no production.
Which is to say that this strategy has allowed Ma guire to keep faith with a tradition of expressionistic figuration even as he resists naturalizing or eliding context and convention--tendencies that have so often compromised the radical potential of that tradition.
Noting that the play is set during the pax augustana coincident with the birth of Christ, she shows how the Christian idea of conscience informs contract, interpreted by Coke in the Slade case as a promise to keep faith that rests not on tangible evidence but rather on thoughts and intentions.
He won over the Scots party - often among his harshest critics - by telling them: "We change and modernise to keep faith with our history, not to relinquish that history.
Church leaders do not keep faith with their priests.