Despite his frequently tense relations with his superiors, he engendered fierce loyalty among many of his subordinates.
Thus national loyalty is actually quite different from loyalty to a country.
There was even a provision requiring new nationals to swear an oath of loyalty to the Republic.
Although the Welsh kings were allies, each ruled separate territories swearing loyalty to the king of England.
Despite their ongoing loyalty to the museum, both are well aware of its limitations.
Is loyalty to Jesus and to one's own calling placed before loyalty to pastor and church?
The final ingredient is essential for employee loyalty and the nature of the brand.
In response, traditional retailers will need to increase their focus on building consumer loyalty to insure repeat visits.
Speakers use their local accents as a means of affirming identity and loyalty to local groups.
They have no loyalty to a ruling class that exploits them and represses them while claiming some higher unity.
The party is made an equivalent of the nation, and loyalty to the fatherland is transferred to the party.
For most of us, loyalty to our country is regarded as a sacred duty.
But their obedience was born out of necessity not out of blind loyalty to the crown.
Many lands were confiscated and many Royalists were rewarded for their loyalty to the crown.
Irrespective of differences and arguments his loyalty to socialism never wavered.
How could they pledge loyalty to a country that destroys families with their bombs and drives millions from their homes?
As a leader he has engendered a fierce loyalty and dedication among students.
Second, he could inspire undying loyalty in his crew.
The primary goal of a loyalty program is to increase the profitability of your current customers, not to bring in new customers or incentivize more sales.