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  • All seem to give their allegiance to someone called Liet.
  • "I want you to forge certificates of allegiance over the signatures of each of them," the Duke said.
  • We’ll take the legal position that they stayed under false allegiance.
  • Is there a bond on your allegiance to your Duke?
  • Would he accept a dual allegiance?
  • Let it be thus: the man Idaho keeps the crysknife he holds as a mark of his allegiance to us.
  • It had taken bravery to challenge him in his own ducal castle, especially since they now had Bewt’s signature over a contract of allegiance.
  • How could you get Hawat to shift allegiance?
  • And when I sought to comfort him, saying it was done according to an older law of self-preservation to which even the most ancient rulers gave allegiance, he sneered at me and asked if I thought him a weakling.
  • Who but an Atreides could command the allegiance of Gurney Halleck.

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  • We owe no allegiance to the outdated ideas of our political party.
  • Did you pledge allegiance to the flag this morning?
    Ernest J. Gaines  --  A Lesson Before Dying

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