solemnly promise

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On the other hand, if they are not in time, I solemnly promise that it will all come right in the end.
Whatever evils may befall you, they will not be occasioned by my instrumentality, that I solemnly promise you.
Well, I will tell you, if you solemnly promise to tell everybody else.
Now, according to Kara Swisher at Re/code, she has made all her top people solemnly promise that they will stick with the company for three to five years.
Let's raise our right hands and solemnly promise to stop listening to Ontario's free-lunch politicians next time around.
Addressing the maiden cabinet meeting, the Prime Minister stressed that they would have to solemnly promise for sacrificing everything for the national cause.
The Australian government would complain through diplomatic channels, the Israeli government would solemnly promise not to do it again, and Mossad would just carry on as if nothing had happened.
Dan Saunders had to come out onto the stage and, with his hand on his heart, solemnly promise the crowds that Little Maggie May would become a regular feature at the New Star Music Hall.
From the same section: We solemnly promise to preserve the intellectual and spiritual unity of our nation, torn apart by the storms of the past century" (You can hear the sounds of strong drink being poured.
Now forward this column to 47 random people, and I solemnly promise nothing will happen.
You can't solemnly promise no increase in tuition fees pre-election but the minute the Tories dangle a ministerial appointment in front of you, the policy gets ditched and indeed you have the Sainted Vince up on his hind legs telling you how proud he is to do it.
Sarkozy made his solemnly promise in a letter he wrote in response to a query from the leader of the French Communist Party, Marie-George Buffet, who had drawn his attention to the subject and asked him to intervene to protect the Sudanese journalist.