The next conference will be held in Washington, DC—not exactly a place known for its adherence to the Bible—on November 6-8, 2014.
Or maybe not: many Americans are fed up with the adherence to ideology that trumps compromise in modern-day Washington.
But I did appreciate Lifetime's adherence to the undisputed facts of this case, as controversial as they are.
mid-15c., "attachment to a person, support," from Middle French adhérence, from Latin adhaerentia, noun of action from adhaerentem (nominative adhaerens), present participle of adhaerare (see adherent).
adherence ad·her·ence (ād-hǐr'əns, -hěr'-)
The extent to which the patient continues the agreed-upon mode of treatment under limited supervision when faced with conflicting demands, as distinguished from compliance or maintenance.