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On December 3, 2012, Boehner demonstrated his lack of fidelity to that promise by politically ostracizing some of the most staunch constitutionalists in the House.
By the same token, their breaches of the law, and their legal maneuvering to reinterpret what proved difficult or undesirable, were regarded as a lack of fidelity to the God who called forth their love.
Buswell added that there is no lack of fidelity, and because of the peer-to-peer connectivity in lieu of client-controlled connectivity, speed may actually increase.
Lack of fidelity to quality-assurance (QA) principles
Although the book's principal flaw is a lack of fidelity to its proposed theory, it also suffers from more than occasional errors in fact.
Finally, there is the "Interior Turk," which was seen as lack of fidelity to Christian values in the individuals--that is, lack of Christian charity, kindness, and love to one's fellow man, even the "external Turk" as symbolic of Satan's control of men's hearts--that is, divorcing the man from the deed and hate the sin but love the sinner.
Other factors associated with increased odds of refusal were increasing age at first sex, not being employed, never having had unwanted sex, worrying about pregnancy risk and, for women with only nonregular partners, believing that condom use implies a lack of fidelity or trust and considering oneself to be at high risk of acquiring an STD (1.
The discarded noise (20% lack of fidelity to program implementation) in the Hutchinson study is actually quite large to be overlooked, but lauded because of its relative success; the fidelity was higher than other similar types of research.
Our exclusive survey, one of the most extensive ever into the state of marriage in Britain today, shows how lack of fidelity is one of the major factors in our divorce rate being the highest in Europe.
When we accept a responsibility like toting around the envelope collecting for cancer research and then fail to do it, we are modeling a lack of fidelity.
An attitude of condescending empathy toward abusers would explain why so many believe the abuse crisis was due to the lack of fidelity to the church's teaching on sexuality and that a solution to the crisis requires a return to fidelity to the teaching.
The word on the conservative street is that the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic church was caused by a lack of fidelity to the church's teachings on human sexuality--the underlying assumption being that only "dissenters" fell from grace and, in the process, caused the biggest scandal that the church has faced in modern times.