Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; 英汉公共大词典; Law Dictionary
He adhered to the original plan.
The problem is planning in detail things that cannot be planned at all, because not enough is known, and then holding the team "accountable" for adherence to the fabrication.
The researchers tested the subjects ’ mental acuity at three - year intervals, and tracked their degree of adherence to the Mediterranean diet on a 55 - point scale.
This is also good news because, like heroin, true believerism, while potent and addictive, has an inherently limited appeal, and tends to deplete and kill its own adherents over time.
Her health is not very good, but she still adhere to our school.
With as many superlatives as they have storeys, these schemes rarely adhere to the less - is -more mantra.
That's why I steadfastly adhere to my disciplined approach to buying and selling, which calls for taking profits at intervals of 25% gains in the Nasdaq, and buying on 10% declines.
Between countries, the willful use or the threat of force should be prevented. And we should adhere to dialogue and negotiation for peaceful settlement of international disputes.
We adhere to the principle that everyone should be treated fairly.
But this means they cannot always adhere to the strict codes of practice dictated in UN headquarters.