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Do you pledge to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?The politician pledged to lower taxes if he got electedIn some ESL programs, students are required to sign a pledge to speak only English for the duration of their course.

Do you pledge to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?

The politician pledged to lower taxes if he got elected.

The federal government has pledged to increase its foreign aid to the war-torn region.

The children made their father sign a pledge promising that he would never smoke another cigarette.

Children in the U.S. have to pledge allegiance to the flag every morning.

The world's governments have made a joint pledge to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2010.

Ben Johnson wrote, Drink to me only with thine eyes, and I will pledge with mine; or leave a kiss but in the cup and I'll not look for wine.

The boy scouts made a pledge to always do their best.

Shell Oil recently pledged to spend up to $1 billion on renewable energy sources over the next five years.

The United Nations is creating a superfund to battle HIV/AIDS worldwide and has invited pledges in an effort to raise $10 billion towards the cause.

Following the American Civil War, President Lincoln only asked that Southerners pledge loyalty to the union and free their slaves.

In March of 1995, 182 countries attended a United Nations social summit, where they pledged to take action to wipe out global poverty.

A wedding is a time for a couple to make pledges of love and faithfulness.

Are new immigrants to New Zealand required to pledge allegiance to the Queen?

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