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die-hard loyalists engaging in espionage against the revolutionaries
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Those who switch away from full-sugar cola because of the tax show themselves price-sensitive, rather than brand loyalists, argues Komal Dhillon of JPMorgan, a bank.
To the end, Madikizela-Mandela remained a polarizing figure in South Africa, admired by loyalists who were prepared to focus on her contribution to ending apartheid, vilified by critics who foremost saw her flaws.
During the biggest constitutional crisis of the last century, a future Republican president proved that the smartest response to a White House scandal involving your own party is to become the embattled president’s biggest loyalist.
But, Cavaliers loyalists (and bettors) aside, a game such as Friday’s is best viewed through an appreciative lens, not an analytical one.
Trump loyalists, of course, defend the President’s unconventional behavior this week.
And, in the past week alone, Trump offered so many lowlights that only his most maniacal or power-hungry loyalists could pretend all was well.
Win Myint, a 66-year-old Suu Kyi loyalist was picked Wednesday as the new president—effectively a ceremonial role.
Several of youse loyalists alerted me to the Atlanta Falcons.
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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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