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Brownlow's indignaton was greatly roused; but reflecting perhaps, that he might only injure the boy by giving vent to it, he suppressed his feelings and submitted to be sworn at once.
All 26 will be sworn in at a ceremony at the Town Hall on Wednesday at 1pm.
It is a very provocative and insensitive thing for somebody who is wanted on a criminal charge in this country to be sworn in as the attorney general,'' Howard told reporters.
will be sworn in today as district attorney, and there is one reason why his tenure will lack a honeymoon - Benjamin LaGuer.
Campos, who currently serves an ombudsman of sorts for the City Council, is expected to be sworn into office Tuesday.
Although Campos won't be sworn in until Tuesday, she will begin immersing herself in her new job this week.
to see me be sworn in as a United States senator," Ashcroft said at the Florida caucus.
On the national front, Robert Grey, a partner in the firm's Richmond, Virginia, office was elected President-Elect of the American Bar Association earlier this year, and will be sworn in as President during the 2004 convention in Atlanta.
Mayor Pro Tempore Jeffrey Prang will be sworn in as the City of West Hollywood's new Mayor at the annual City Council Reorganization meeting to be held on Monday, April 3, 2000, at 6 p.