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oaths, plural;
  1. A solemn promise, often invoking a divine witness, regarding one's future action or behavior
    • - they took an oath of allegiance to the king
  2. A sworn declaration that one will tell the truth, esp. in a court of law

  3. A profane or offensive expression used to express anger or other strong emotions

  1. curse: profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger; "expletives were deleted"
  2. a commitment to tell the truth (especially in a court of law); to lie under oath is to become subject to prosecution for perjury
  3. a solemn promise, usually invoking a divine witness, regarding your future acts or behavior; "they took an oath of allegiance"
  4. An oath (from Anglo-Saxon ', also called plight''') is either a statement of fact or a promise calling upon something or someone that the oath maker considers sacred, usually God, as a witness to the binding nature of the promise or the truth of the statement of fact. ...
  5. Object-oriented Abstract Type Hierarchy (OATH) is a class library for C++ from Texas Instruments.
  6. Oath (b 22 April 1996) is an Irish-bred and British-trained Thoroughbred race horse, winner of the Epsom Derby in 1999.
  7. The Oath is the English title of Le serment de Kolvillag, by Elie Wiesel. It tells the story of Azriel, the only surviving Jewish member of the small Hungarian town of Kolvillag after a pogrom perpetrated by neighboring Christians. ...
  8. Nathan Collett is a filmmaker based in Nairobi, Kenya. His work focuses on those on the margins of society across the world in Kenya, Somalia and South America. He works both in fictional films and on documentaries, with a specific focus on Kibera, Africa's largest shantytown. ...
  9. The Oath is a 2010 documentary from director Laura Poitras. It tells the cross-cut tale of two men, Abu Jandal and Salim Ahmed Hamdan, whose meeting launched them on juxtaposed paths with Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, 9/11, US military tribunals and the U.S. Supreme Court. ...
  10. A solemn pledge or promise to a god, king, or another person, to attest to the truth of a statement or contract; the affirmed statement or promise accepted as equivalent to an oath; A light or insulting use of a solemn pledge or promise to a god, king or another person, to attest to the truth of ...
  11. (Oaths) A notary public may administer oaths as an independent notary act, or, in conjunction with other notary acts. Other notary acts requiring Oaths include: Jurats, Proof of Execution, and the swearing in of credible witnesses used for identifying a document signer. ...
  12. (Oaths) Administered by the notary to the signer to compel truth. See Affirmation above.
  13. (Oaths) In order to bring order to the Realm, everyone is governed by the laws of magic, which are called “oaths.” These Laws are enforced by the Oathkeepers, branded into people’s minds by the Oathbringers, and are created only by the King of the Realm.
  14. Whenever you take an oath in your dreams, prepare for dissension and altercations on waking.
  15. An attestation by a person which binds him or her legally and morally. Usually attesting to the truth of something, as an affidavit, or the validity of one's signature. A promise to tell the truth. ...
  16. In court proceedings the undertaking by a witness to give truthful evidence, the alternative for a witness having no religious belief being affirmation.
  17. a formal declaration with an appeal to God for the truth of what is being declared
  18. A pledge to tell the truth often calling upon God as a witness.
  19. Written or oral pledge by a person to keep a promise or speak the truth.
  20. An affirmation by an inventor that he or she believes that he or she is the original, first and sole (or joint) inventor of the subject matter claimed, has reviewed and understands the contents of the specification (and claims) and acknowledges the duty to disclose information which is material ...
  21. a swearing to the truth of a statement which, if made by one who knows it to be false, may subject one to a prosecution for perjury or other legal proceedings
  22. A solemn affirmation to tell the truth.
  23. In a trial, a solemn pledge made in attestation of the truth of a statement or in verification of a statement made.
  24. An industry-wide collaboration to develop an open reference architecture for the universal adoption of strong authentication.
  25. A solemn promise made by a witness to tell the truth. The oath is made to God, or other revered being in which the person believes.