One who did not conquer was Giovanni Acuto,[%] and since he did not conquer his fidelity
cannot be proved; but every one will acknowledge that, had he conquered, the Florentines would have stood at his discretion.
He was all fidelity, inflexibility, and sombre conviction, but like some great saints he had very little body to keep all these merits in.
"The other is perfectly understood and your fidelity is taken for granted.
Duty, gratitude, interest, ambition itself, are the chords by which they will be bound to fidelity
and sympathy with the great mass of the people.
While, however, he discharged his functions with credit and fidelity
, Marmaduke never seemed to lose sight of his own interests; for, when the estates of the adherents of the crown fell under the hammer, by the acts of confiscation, he appeared in New York, and became the purchaser of extensive possessions at comparatively low prices.
Edward Rose, the interpreter, whose sinister looks we have already mentioned, was denounced by this secret informer as a designing, treacherous scoundrel, who was tampering with the fidelity
of certain of the men, and instigating them to a flagrant piece of treason.
FOR the rest of the day, and through the night, I was kept a close prisoner in my room, watched by a man on whose fidelity
my father could depend.
Verily, I would that their madness were called truth, or fidelity
, or justice: but they have their virtue in order to live long, and in wretched self-complacency.
Had the nobles, by a conduct of clemency and justice, preserved the fidelity
and devotion of their retainers and followers, the contests between them and the prince must almost always have ended in their favor, and in the abridgment or subversion of the royal authority.
After that they took his right hand, placed it on something, and told him to hold a pair of compasses to his left breast with the other hand and to repeat after someone who read aloud an oath of fidelity
to the laws of the Order.
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Following recipes is an analogy for maintaining intervention integrity, or, fidelity
is the extent to which an intervention is implemented as intended (Perepletchikova, Treat, & Kazdin, 2007).