adhere to any

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  • But, on the other hand, do not adhere to any thing merely because it is old. Cited from New Tabernacle Sermons, by Thomas De Witt Talmage
  • He did not adhere to any particular school or art movement, remaining an individualist throughout his life.
  • These discs, however, increase greatly in size, if they press against and adhere to any surface. Cited from Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants, by Darwin
  • He experimented with many musical styles but did not particularly adhere to any of them.
  • Sheen does not adhere to any religion, having asked his parents at the age of seven if he could stop attending church.
  • The man that is without any fear never desires to adhere to any engagement or compact. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3
  • He or she does indeed hold the most senior post in the administration, but is also required to adhere to any decisions taken by Cabinet.
  • There were great numbers at that time who made it a principle always to adhere to any power which was uppermost, and to support the established government. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. I, Part E, by David Hume
  • Buckley's music does not adhere to any particular compositional school.
  • Today Frattini does not adhere to any political party.
  • In the solo intro, Johnson does not adhere to any distinct time signature.
  • Eggs have a thick, multilayered shell for protection and the ability to adhere to any surface they touch once expelled.
  • Yet, these same farmers have to adhere to any safety regulations when using the chemicals, such as wearing protective clothing.
  • The Bujinkan does not adhere to any official guideline or set of rules to limit actions or techniques used during training.
  • Cooperators are not required to be celibate or to adhere to any other special requirements.
  • Generally, individuals presenting the lectures did not adhere to any particular brand of physics, but rather demonstrated a combination of different theories.
  • Defining school culture as a communication device liberates its users from having to adhere to any historic or scientific meaning attributed to this phrase.
  • Unlicensed property managers do not require any registration, minimum knowledge or skill, or adhere to any code of practice to offer a property management service.
  • As a result, the NPDQ concentrated its activities on the Quebec provincial political level, and its members became free to adhere to any federal political party.
  • Fritzl decided to imprison Elisabeth after she "did not adhere to any rules any more" when she became a teenager.
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