She is expected to speak in both English and Italian, but she does not have to take an oath to tell the truth.
He has upheld his oath of office to support the Constitution.
The right-wing Yisrael Beitenu party has submitted a bill that would require such an oath for naturalization; it hasn't passed.
After the oath was administered and photographs taken, Johnson did not hesitate.
Like an oath of allegiance to country or Constitution, one assumes.
"And qualified to administer an oath and take your deposition," said the minister.
With an oath he turned on his heel and made for the uplands.
This is what occurred and is the truth, on the oath that he has taken, on which he affirmed and ratified it.
To respect an oath is a duty which the individual owes to society.
How he kept his oath, and what it cost him in the beginning, nobody knows.
Old English að "oath, judicial swearing, solemn appeal to deity in witness of truth or a promise," from Proto-Germanic *aithaz (cf. Old Norse eiðr, Swedish ed, Old Saxon, Old Frisian eth, Middle Dutch eet, Dutch eed, German eid, Gothic aiþs "oath"), from PIE *oi-to- "an oath" (cf. Old Irish oeth "oath"). In reference to careless invocations of divinity, from late 12c.
Object-oriented Abstract Type Hierarchy, a class library for C++ from Texas Instruments.
a solemn appeal to God, permitted on fitting occasions (Deut. 6:13; Jer. 4:2), in various forms (Gen. 16:5; 2 Sam. 12:5; Ruth 1:17; Hos. 4:15; Rom. 1:9), and taken in different ways (Gen. 14:22; 24:2; 2 Chr. 6:22). God is represented as taking an oath (Heb. 6:16-18), so also Christ (Matt. 26:64), and Paul (Rom. 9:1; Gal. 1:20; Phil. 1:8). The precept, "Swear not at all," refers probably to ordinary conversation between man and man (Matt. 5:34,37). But if the words are taken as referring to oaths, then their intention may have been to show "that the proper state of Christians is to require no oaths; that when evil is expelled from among them every yea and nay will be as decisive as an oath, every promise as binding as a vow."