Adherences [noun]

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So in theory, these multiple layers should provide a high level of independence and a high level of adherence to these laws.

Absent any effective mechanism for encouraging adherence to the Roundtable statement, the system is stacked against those who attempt to do so.

Participants were asked about their recreational behavior, and also about their adherence to recommendations like wearing a mask or keeping six-feet distance from other people.

The 5G network will also equip patients with monitoring tools that measure vital signs, medication adherence, and more, giving doctors a more accurate, real-time look at a patient’s information—and providing for a more personalized care experience.

You wouldn’t think you’d have an adherence issue with something like the cochlear implant.

They affirmed their adherence to the Renaissance méridionale, and claimed equal rights for the Languedocian dialect.

Without repeated adherence to these moral precepts, free government cannot survive.

These two traitspride and an adherence to the point of honor, are almost invariably the mainsprings of Charalois conduct.

The stanchest Republican may by reason of a blind adherence to party be working an injury to the country he loves.

France, he thought, had disqualified herself by her adherence to the traditions of her Revolution.