All of her close aides must adhere to a code of honesty and total loyalty to the candidate.
Looking back on it, she was horrified at the way everyone was forced to adhere to the same beliefs.
"Failure to adhere to emergency protocols did not produce disastrous results in this particular event," Ramsden wrote.
And so a writer of books in 2012 faces an agonizing choice: join the pioneers — or adhere to the tried and true?
People returning home from prison struggle to reconnect with their families, find work and adhere to burdensome parole conditions.
Now regulate the time of feeding to suit the age of the child and adhere to strict regularity.
No mind of philosophical culture can adhere to such superstitions.
Maria Antoinette's education and natural disposition led her to adhere to the customs of the court of her ancestors.
It is not safe to adhere strictly to the directions on the package of any cereal.
Mdango was informed that we should adhere to our original purpose.
1590s, from Middle French adhérer (15c.) or directly from Latin adhaerare "to stick to" (see adherent). Originally often of persons, "to cleave to a leader, cause, party, etc." (cf. adherent, still often used in this sense). Related: Adhered; adhering.