oath of allegiance

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oath of allegiance

an oath to be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Crown (see NATURALIZATION).
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The Trust signed a national pledge to go smokefree by March 2019.
Three decades ago, as a five-year-old proud Indian, I would mouth the national pledge as part of our school's morning assembly routine.
In a separate message on the third anniversary of Army Public School Peshawar Saturday, the President said the incident is not only a national tragedy but an eye opener to renew the national pledge against extremism and terrorism.
It is our national pledge to achieve important goals to make a 'New India'.
Society general secretary Biju Joseph led the participants in taking the Indian national pledge.
For these reasons, Harvard has joined a national pledge not to buy furniture with chemical flame-retardants.
Zachary Burgess, public relations chairman for the Interfraternity Council at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, reported that the council is promoting the idea of having each of the 13 fraternities on campus take the "It's On Us'' pledge, a national pledge to end sexual assault, which has received support from President Obama.
It is time for the Americans to renew their national pledge, from the President and Congress on down to City Councils all across the nation to end violence against women and girls.
In addition to singing the National Anthem, all government servants and students in all schools should read a national pledge first thing in the morning.
In no other Western country does religion figure so highly in society as in the United States, where "In God We Trust" appears on bank notes and "one nation under God" is part of the national Pledge of Allegiance.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has recognised Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, with the 2011-2012 National Pledge Leader.
Chairwoman Joan Flowers said: "The children learnt Bob Marley's Three Little Birds, and the Jamaican National Pledge, which is a beautiful song.

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