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zealous devotee

A passionate follower (of someone or something). My boyfriend is a zealous devotee of this new diet, but if I have to eat another plate of vegetables, I'll lose my mind.
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With such capabilities, Hardisty believes Zealous has the capability and expertise to be a reliable supplier of aluminum castings and compete for large international contracts.
Zealous Democratic news consumers are a little more likely than Republican zealots -- 24% versus 22% -- to have read a national newspaper (print or online) in the past seven days and more likely to have read a news magazine -- 26% versus 20%.
The idea of zealous nationalism with its emphasis on redeeming the world by destroying enemies can be drawn from the Bible, but an antidote to this is another biblical tradition that the authors label "prophetic realism.
Captain America, born in 1941, is simply a symbol for a much more serious theme--the political theology of zealous nationalism.
They should identify any governance issue that might be of concern for a zealous legislator or regulator and take steps to address it in a both adequate and preemptive way.
PM and the Post, both liberal and anti-Nazi, would have been zealous in reporting such incidents.
Hue shows how zealous belief in the Immaculate Conception led poets to define, describe, and defend in an intricate manner the Virgin's place as auxiliary in virtually every aspect of nature and society, of the city and the universe--the place of one born free of sin.
Otherwise why would they follow it in their lives and even be zealous in defending it?
In Captain America and the Crusade against Evil, Robert Jewett and John Shelton Lawrence, a biblical scholar and a philosopher, address what they identify as "the dilemma of zealous nationalism.
CAPTAIN AMERICA AND THE CRUSADE AGAINST EVIL: THE DILEMMA OF ZEALOUS NATIONALISM By Robert Jewett and John Shelton Lawrence William B.
Last year, several visiting football players from Pakistan were reportedly chased from the field by zealous religious police, bent on cutting their long hair.
My zealous brother with the dogface standin' at their store
Stephen Joyce, the Irish author's grandson and zealous guardian of his estate, struggled but failed to halt the production.
In a way, the golfer's leisure is not so different from the kind of visual pleasure Krisanamis's work affords, nor is the artist's happy solitude so different from the position his paintings take by distancing themselves from polemical debate--as well as from zealous promotions for everything that's new about painting today.
The answer is complicated, but one obvious distinction stands out: America has a zealous, well-organized, viciously antigay religious right that spreads around money and influences politicians to do its bidding, and the Netherlands (like most other European countries) doesn't.