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swear,

v to take an oath; to become legally obligated by an oath properly administered.

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Q. Hello everyone !!! are you excited with the swearing of Obama To presidency??? i sure am !!! may we all get a little joy and peaceful time wit hour fresh president ... and let us all wish him a great start and a chance to change our lives ... Good Luck Mr.President Obama !!!

A. well said Mrfoot65! May all the people in America receive the healthcare treatment they need. God bless.

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If Disney merges with Pfizer under the dictum that "bigger is better," I, for one, am swearing off whoppers.
Despite swearing off the drink, Thomas managed to make it out again last night, this time going to a boxing fight in London with friends.
The 21-year-old recently declared that she was not yet ready to date but temporarily swearing off men has only sparked speculations that she's secretly harbouring a love for women.
From swearing off swearing to discussing the origins of a vulgar term for the female anatomy, "Vocabula Bound" is strangely intriguing, making grammar and English riveting.
A report yesterday claimed stubbing out smoking and swearing off beer and chocolate could drastically whittle down the length of time it takes to pay off a home loan.