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Phone networks can overcharge loyal customers by up to PS38 a month
The odd thing about the Loyal Rangers is that it was a late-War assemblage that saw no action.
Also on December 30, scores of the militias loyal to Mansour Hadi were killed in the Saudi airstrikes in Ta'iz province in Southern Yemen.
These customers are ripe to be converted to loyal customers, if you can give them a reason to do so.
Crustacean: limited company fit; low profit potential; these customers many times become long-term loyal customers and tend to slow the organization in the process.
In the strong breeze and flat water they looked very even in boat speed, with Perpetual LOYAL looking just so fast, and oh so powerful.
The ratings company has downgraded the Insurer Financial Strength (IFS) ratings of Loyal and Central Reserve Life Insurance Company (Central Reserve), after Cigna recently acquired them.
The Nithsdale Loyal took united to court on the point of principle and have spent pounds 4000 in legal costs.
The survey revealed that 26% say the economic downturn has made them more loyal, while 9% say it has made them less loyal, and 65% say it's made no difference.
More than a quarter of employees in the north of England say they are more loyal to their employer as a direct result of the economic downturn according to the latest survey from global workforce solutions leader Kelly Services.
I believe many other loyal fans would have done the same.
gt; loyal is used of someone who firmly refuses to desert or betray someone or something.