13 examples of Abided in a sentence
The TAL set a rigorous schedule for the Assembly to complete an initial constitutional draft, and the Assembly essentially
by those limits.
Few Party officials really wanted to be troubled by the complexities of such calculations anyway, but either
by them or paid them lip service, for the sake of maintaining patronage and seeking promotion.
They believed that so long as everyone
by the law, it was not necessary for citizens to have a single hierarchy of values.
Both sides have routinely
by the informal protocol that has evolved over the years.
But, as a country caught between the Islamic Middle Ages and Western modernity, it has always
Dear Iran: We are sorry that Trump has withdrawn the US from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, as the nuclear deal is known, and is now re-imposing sanctions, even though you have verifiably
by the agreed terms.
But a key factor is that, until recently, China’s leaders have
by the wise counsel of Deng Xiaoping: taoguang yanghui (conceal [our] capabilities and avoid the limelight), and shanyu shouzhuo (be good at keeping a low profile).
In fact, I have scrupulously
by both the letter and the spirit of the law.
Upon it, we have created a free and democratic country,
by the rule of law, and consistently upheld our vow never to wage a war again.
Like any WTO member, the US can bring a complaint when it believes that a trading partner has not
by WTO rules (which, admittedly, could be strengthened).
More generally, major governments have so far
by a 2013 agreement to refrain from competitive depreciation, in the core sense of explicitly talking down currencies or intervening in foreign-exchange markets.
At the same time, they
by an economic orthodoxy that linked monetary growth to inflation.
We were continually whipped, and received twenty lashes a day with a heavy thong, when the concatenation of sublunary events brought you on board our galley to ransom us from slavery.""Well, my dear Pangloss," said Candide to him, "when You were hanged, dissected, whipped, and tugging at the oar, did you continue to think that everything in this world happens for the best?""I have always
by my first opinion," answered Pangloss; "for, after all, I am a philosopher, and it would not become me to retract my sentiments; especially as Leibnitz could not be in the wrong: and that preestablished harmony is the finest thing in the world, as well as a plenum and the materia subtilis."