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The Army, which he served so loyally with such terrible consequences, is washing its hands of him when he desperately needs its support.
LOyALLy sHAFTEd WHILE Doncaster Rovers were winning an unlikely promotion into the Championship and then defying gravity by staying in the second flight, their manager Sean O'Driscoll distanced himself from a string of opportunities to move to wealthier clubs.
When Nick gets embroiled in scandal and the Skinners'' private life becomes more public, Ali can choose to speak out or remain loyally silent.
He also had the tenacity to overcome many difficulties that were thrown his way for him to remain such an active player in the game he made his life by loyally staying with Pond House for all those years.
The LPP/LC based its decision not to join the government on an expressed desire to cooperate and "act loyally to the state," but the party believes the period of time until the election is too short to bring any changes to the government's work.
And well done to all the schools who took part and supported their individual organisations loyally.
Don't get me wrong--I've been watching The L Word loyally for all three seasons, and up until recently I've appreciated many things about the show.
It involved MPs Jim Dowd (Lab Lewisham West), who was loyally supporting Mr Blair, and Bob Marshall-Andrews (Lab Medway), one of the rebels.
Ashlee and Ryan loyally came to support Joe's new ventures at the bash held in the Tropicana, that hip Hollywood hang-out.
The people of Blaenau Gwent have loyally supported the Labour Party because of the policies, not individual representatives.
The chicks loyally follow the imprinted object, such as this geese owner.
Bishop Harvey said that he accepted the offer because he has sympathy for parishes which "remain loyally Anglican but in conscience are unable to accept their bishop's views.