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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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Based on Ventura's sworn statement, Aguirre said it would be the call of the master initiator - in this incident it was allegedly Axel Hipe - if the punching should stop.
The National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals recommends against selecting positions that require peace officer status, arrest powers, and expertise normally acquired only through field experience or that contribute to the professional development of sworn officers.
Coalition members emphasized that the sworn statements represent a sampling of how the crisis is playing out, but that additional statements from doctors are still coming in.
He enlisted Raila's children, Junior and his sister Winnie, to push their dad to be sworn in, despite reservations from his co-principals.
More than 100 current and former Wal-Mart female employees, from hourly workers to former district managers, provided sworn declarations in support of the class certification motion.
In case there is a presidential petition, the president-elect is sworn in on the seventh day following the date on which the court renders a decision declaring the election to be valid.
Secretary-General Francis Atwoli has reiterated calls for Nasa leader Raila Odinga to call off plans to be sworn in as the people's president on Tuesday.
A long list of sworn oppositions to the ad interim appointment of Environment Secretary Gina Lopez has been submitted to a panel of the powerful Commission on Appointments.
County Supervisor Michael Antonovich was sworn in Monday as a lieutenant colonel in the State Military Reserve, and one of his first duties will be lobbying Congress for $58 million to refurbish the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Los Alamitos.
REBEL politicians want to abolish the pledge to the Queen when MPs are sworn into the new Scottish Parliament.
The agency's accreditation standards require 40 yearly hours of training for law enforcement personnel and corrections officers, and 24 yearly hours for sworn civilian employees.