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LOYLaboratory of the Year (award)
LOYLegacy of Yakesha (Everquest expansion, gaming)
LOYLeague of Youth
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His Majesty - whom God preserve - has been already pleased to signify his satisfaction with your services to the most noble and loyal Dona Rita by a letter in his own hand.
I have here certain letters from Paris on which I would consult your young sagacity which is accredited to us by the most loyal Dona Rita.
This is the perennial problem of trusty and loyal servants; anarchism gave it its particular complexion, but nothing more.
When that is accomplished he is no longer a prisoner, but a good and loyal citizen and everyone is glad that he is now strong enough to resist doing wrong.
No palisade surrounded it, for, situated as it was, in the heart of loyal Waziri, its master had anticipated no possibility of an attack in force by any enemy.
Loyal respect and decency tell even the imagination not to look too keenly and audaciously about the sacred audience-chamber, but to back away rapidly, silently, and respectfully, making profound bows out of the August Presence.
For myself I am loyal to the lodge, and so I tell you straight; but I would be a poor creature if I were to repeat to any other what you might say to me in confidence.
M'Dougal was such as to awaken strong doubts as to his loyal devotion to the cause.
Sire, will you allow me to speak frankly as befits a loyal soldier?
When the war came on it found in the family, as in so many others in that State, a divided sentiment; the young man was loyal to the Union, the others savagely hostile.
In his dim blue eyes, as he faced the house, there was the loyal servant's honest pride in the family he has served and loved for long years.
The country is the real thing, the substantial thing, the eternal thing; it is the thing to watch over, and care for, and be loyal to; institutions are extraneous, they are its mere clothing, and clothing can wear out, be- come ragged, cease to be comfortable, cease to protect the body from winter, disease, and death.