He also acquired a new allegiance, this time a lasting one, to Gaullism.
Each day this week has brought new such declarations of allegiance to Mr.
Al-Qaeda members swear allegiance to the Emir, or leader, of the Taliban.
Pledging and gaining allegiance, or bayat, is a formal process in the world of jihadism.
I’ve always thought of my allegiance as a patriot as being to my country.”
The usual responsibilities of citizenship are allegiance, taxation, and military service.
If people owe a collective allegiance, it is to town or perhaps region rather than to country.
Because the House Judiciary Committee already does the pledge of allegiance before the day's meetings.
They express their allegiance by opposition to resistance and through denial of the Pope’s authority (Fell 1710, 31).
The Democratic National Convention recited the Pledge of Allegiance on all four nights including the words “under God.”
General-election debates rarely move opinion polls, because voters’ choices are largely dictated by their partisan allegiance.
The chiefs swore allegiance to the king of Portugal and, in return, were assured that their laws and customs would be left inviolate.
Loyalty has also been crucial in the definition of treason in England, which is a breach of the allegiance owed to the king in person.
“The army and the police have pledged allegiance to Bukele over their allegiance to the constitution, and the mainstream political parties have discredited themselves through corruption scandals.”
WHEN THE Texas legislature convened on January 12th, the state House opened its first session with prayer, the pledge of allegiance to the American flag, and the pledge of allegiance to the Lone Star flag.
Johnson described Reid's plea to the IAAF as a "legitimate allegiance transfer" after watching the Northern Irishman being awarded 200m bronze in Australia following the disqualification of England's first-placed Zharnel Hughes for a lane infringement.
Preston Taylor Stone, a 25-year-old graduate student who also teaches two introductory composition classes, believes Frenk’s decision-making appears based on his allegiance to the board of trustees and maintaining the financial viability of the university.
Nancy May, CEO of BoardBench, a corporate governance consultancy, said that the dual responsibilities — of Fortress employee and New Media manager — can bring questions about the allegiance, loyalty and duty of Edens and other executives overseeing the newspaper chain.
In the broadest sense, it means allegiance to one’s group: allegiance without shades of gray, excluding the claims of other groups; allegiance in the pursuit of power as the group’s right; allegiance regardless of the facts.
That, as to the King, we had been bound to him by allegiance, but that this bond was now dissolved by his assent to the late act of parliament, by which he declares us out of his protection, and by his levying war on us, a fact which had long ago proved us out of his protection; it being a certain position in law, that allegiance and protection are reciprocal, the one ceasing when the other is withdrawn:
- the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action
- the loyalty that citizens owe to their country (or subjects to their sovereign)
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That as to the King we had been bound to him by allegiance but that this bond was now dissolved by his assent to the late act of parliament by which he declares us out of his protection and by his levying war on us a fact which had long ago proved us out of his protection it being a certain position in law that allegiance and protection are reciprocal the one ceasing when the other is withdrawn