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sworn

verb  affirmed, alleged under oath, asserted as true under oath, assured under oath, authentiiated under oath, averred, avowed, certified under oath, confirmed under oath, declared solemnly, declared true under oath, declared under oath, given evidence under oath, maintained under oath, stated under oath
Associated concepts: sworn enemy, sworn statements
See also: agreed
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PM Manmohan Singh, who resigned on Saturday after the Congress rout, was sworn in at Durbar Hall after 2004 and 2009 polls.
AU also noted that when members of Congress are officially sworn in en masse, they don't use any religious text at all.
It is expected that the recruiting office will close next year, meaning new recruits would have to be sworn in away from the city, ending decades of tradition.
Board members largely backed the plan for a sworn police department, but several questioned both the reasoning and support for arming officers.
Kiir will also be sworn in as First Vice President of the Republic of Sudan, but this will be after the swearing in of the President-elect, Omer Hassan Al-Bashir.
In Psalm 89[:3, 35], "I have sworn to David my servant," and "Once I have sworn in my holiness.
Each year, law enforcement agencies across the United States report the number of sworn law enforcement officers and civilians in their agencies as of October 31 to the UCR Program.
Sworn renders examples of still-futuristic-looking playgrounds from Europe, Japan, and the United States as small, naturalistic graphite drawings, excluding backgrounds so that each image hovers in the middle of an expanse of white paper.
Sworn Enemies: undocumented immigrants, bilingual ed advocates, schoolchildren who still can't speak English
Overall, these agencies employed more than 1 million full-time employees: 708,022 sworn personnel and 311,474 civilians.
Allstate then made additional requests, including requests for original receipts, a sworn proof-of-loss statement and contact information for other relatives who could verify the purchases.
Boyd after being sworn into his new post on December 15, 2004 at the meeting of the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners.