“What is an oath?”
I never took an oath to Ukraine,” Mr.
Police officers, by and large, try to uphold that oath.
Our lawmakers take an oath not to party but to country.
“An oath means nothing to an anarchist, a Communist.
In those times, when you took an oath, you stuck to it.”
The accused free person could offer to exonerate himself by oath.
It also amounts to a personal oath of loyalty to Johnson himself.
Because the qasam is primarily a pledge to God, a false oath is considered a danger to one’s soul.
Which is why I'm canceling my Oath Keeper membership," Watkins reportedly said during the court hearing.
The oath dictates the obligations of the physician to students of medicine and the duties of pupil to teacher.
Oath Keepers in particular recruits active duty military members as well as veterans due to their weapons training.
Later, a debt was guaranteed by a formal oath accompanied by the surrendering of a staff to the creditor (effestucatio).
"She took an oath to support the Constitution and had no intention of violating that oath or of committing any violent acts."
Civil-law nations generally do not permit parties to the case to testify under oath, and they make the oath voluntary with many others.
Hippocrates is best known today for his ethical code (Hippocratic Oath), which continues to be used by the medical profession as a guide to appropriate conduct.
James says that peers take an oath to uphold the Queen's coronation oath, and believes that the requirement to do the training is a breach of the legislation which the Queen has sworn to maintain.
…the Romance version of the Oath of Strasbourg (842), an oath sworn by Louis the German (Louis II) and Charles the Bald (Charles II) against their brother Lothar in the partitioning of the empire of their grandfather Charlemagne.
"As public servants, we took an oath to the Constitution and we will not tolerate those who participate in actions that go against the fundamental principles of the oath we share, particularly actions associated with extremist or dissident ideologies," Nowell wrote.
According to an investigative report published in the Atlantic in November into a leaked database kept by the Oath Keepers — one of several far-right and white supremacist militias that stormed the US Capitol on January 6 — 10% of Oath Keepers are current police officers or military members.
- profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger
- a commitment to tell the truth (especially in a court of law); to lie under oath is to become subject to prosecution for perjury
- a solemn promise, usually invoking a divine witness, regarding your future acts or behavior
Example: they took an oath of allegiance
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