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die-hard loyalists engaging in espionage against the revolutionaries
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Photo: Jacquelyn Martin/Associated Press Mr. Trump’s second Supreme Court pick could energize both the Democratic and Republican loyalists for November.
These moves, together, resulted in 11 out of 15 judges being Fidesz loyalists.
Was it in 1912, when the Republican National Convention erupted into fistfights between the loyalists of William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt, leading to Roosevelt bolting the party?
His endorsement has been a coveted prize, and those who have shunned the president have struggled to convince party loyalists to support them.
Either way, social media is often no place for rational discourse, and the change at Honest Tom’s taps into a cultural hostility between meat-eaters and vegetable loyalists that’s been there for years.
The generic ballot test fluctuations track the job approval movements of an unpredictable President who continually tests party loyalists.
The station's staff was convulsed by internal battles from the start -- largely pitting Mas Canosa loyalists against his foes.
It’s perhaps unsurprising that those promoted are all significantly younger than their predecessors, and known for being Kim loyalists.
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: a person who is loyal to a political cause, government, or leader
: a person from Northern Ireland who believes that Northern Ireland should remain part of the United Kingdom
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