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LOYLoyal
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LOYLecturer of the Year (Finlandia Foundation; Pasadena, CA)
LOYLaboratory of the Year (award)
LOYLegacy of Yakesha (Everquest expansion, gaming)
LOYLeague of Youth
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No, De Vac would find other means of satisfying his wounded pride, he would revel in revenge against this man for whom he felt no loyalty.
Since this country was founded, each generation of Americans has been summoned to give testimony to its national loyalty.
Tell her that the loyalty she prizes so much has never wavered.
As large as a Shetland pony, with hideous head and frightful fangs, he was indeed an awesome spectacle, as he crept after me on his ten short, muscular legs; but to me he was the embodiment of love and loyalty.
It was rather a decent compliment, and it taught me just how much I might rely on the loyalty of my new friend.
Whom they choose may count upon the loyalty of my sword, nor shall I seek the honour for myself.
We had to invent details at last to satisfy his craving curiosity; and our loyalty must be pardoned, for we tried to make them fit for his august and resplendent ideal.
He was accustomed to them at such times, and was too well convinced of her loyalty to doubt it.
Cesare Borgia was considered cruel; notwithstanding, his cruelty reconciled the Romagna, unified it, and restored it to peace and loyalty.
And then he saluted me, and strode from the bridge, a martyr to loyalty and friendship, for, though no man might know that Lieutenant Jefferson Turck had taken his ship across thirty, every man aboard would know that the first officer had committed a crime that was punishable by both degradation and death.
He had foreseen Stevie arrested, and was not afraid, because Mr Verloc had a great opinion of Stevie's loyalty, which had been carefully indoctrinated with the necessity of silence in the course of many walks.
As I was to learn, this is the fleetest animal on Mars, and owing to its intelligence, loyalty, and ferocity is used in hunting, in war, and as the protector of the Martian man.