noun: Faithful attachment; devotion: "Adherence to the rule of law . . . is a very important principle” ( William H. Webster).
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Shaw Vineyard's 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon was released only this year, in adherence towinemaker Steve Shaw's philosophy that Finger Lakes reds should age for several years much like a Bordeaux.
There is no IVA on books, newspapers, magazines, maps and some other kinds of printed matter, as Hacienda (in adherence to the law) recognizes them as "educational materials".
When you recruit three friends to participate in the transformation with you, you actually greatly increase your chances of creating long-term adherence to your new health habits—at least according to one study published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Once strong rules, regulations and enforcements are put in place and control and adherence is observed, if seen as needed, adjustments can be made.
What makes you think team adherence is a matter of geography?