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bound by or as if by an oath

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bound by or stated on oath

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In what appeared to contradict plans by the People's Assembly coordinating committee, Kalonzo said suggestions that there will be a convention in Nairobi later this month for him to be sworn in were inaccurate.
PRIDE Friends, families, Army officers and local dignitaries packed the venue RED-LETTER DAY Army recruits, sworn in at Finchale Training College, may be the county's last as Durham's Army Recruitment Office is under threat
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.
2 percent of all full-time sworn law enforcement officers in 2006.
And while her investigation has yet to approach the breadth or sophistication of Gillick's or Norman's (to be fair, Sworn is considerably younger than either artist), it achieves a lasting resonance with modest means.
Sworn Enemies: Fidel Castro, immigrants from 25 countries ordered to special registration
Mr Odinga, who was to be sworn-in in a parallel ceremony on November 28 when President Kenyatta took the oath, had announced under a cloud of teargas after a violent confrontation between his supporters and the police in Nairobi that he would be sworn in on December 12, which he then postponed to January 30.
Citing Ventura's sworn statement, Aguirre revealed details of Atio's ordeal during a week of alleged servitude:
Earlier, Narendra Damodardass Modi was sworn in as the 15th Prime Minister of the countr.
I am not the first player to have sworn on TV and I won't be the last.
Aquino and Binay will be sworn in by Supreme Court Associate Justice Conchita Carpio Morales, not by Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona, something that has created friction between the executive and judiciary because the chief justice traditionally swears in the president.
The retired math and science teacher said that even though he saw Ronald Reagan sworn in twice and is a Bush supporter, he doesn't view the inauguration as a partisan event.
A Government discussion paper even says swearing allegiance in Gaelic will only be accepted if the words are sworn in English first.
Civilianization enables more sworn police officers to answer service calls requiring full police powers, while still providing timely service for other types of calls.