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  • Both versions also had lower sound fidelity and a number of minor changes.
  • Individuals exhibit strong fidelity to particular areas, where they may remain for several years.
  • They show considerable site fidelity nesting in the same area year after year.
  • It also means fidelity to husband or wife during marriage.
  • Voice broadcasts took some time to work out, as there were some significant fidelity problems.
  • They can also provide a level of sound fidelity greater than loudspeakers of similar cost.
  • Since then, Fidelity has become a tiny village made up mostly of small homes.
  • His fidelity to Charles was of a personal, not of a political nature.
  • His public career was marked by great independence and fidelity to principle.
  • It is a matter of degree of fidelity to the real thing.
  • Some species show a higher level of mate fidelity than others.
  • This combination produced audio fidelity superior to any other home record playing system of the time.
  • The game gives official groups, teams and the fidelity schedule of the championship.
  • Only after more than twenty-five years of fidelity did Nicholas take a mistress.
  • In contrast, areas with dense small trees may be associated with lower site fidelity.
  • She glanced up at him with that look of dog-like fidelity that always touched him. Cited from Dangerous Days, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • There was more in her worship than mere dog-like fidelity. Cited from Jeremy, by Hugh Walpole
  • At the same time, greater fidelity was made possible by spacing stations further apart.
  • The audio fidelity of C&S records is about average for the era.
  • These individuals showed strong small-scale site fidelity.
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Meaning of fidelity

  • noun Accuracy with which an electronic system reproduces the sound or image of its input signal
  • noun The quality of being faithful