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use "swear" in a sentence

Bethune had earlier persuaded the bishop-elect to swear fealty to King Stephen, after Maurice had originally refused.

The crime is so recent that the victim's blood has not yet clotted, yet the occupants of a fishing boat less than yards (-) away swear they saw nobody approach
Talpurs in the battle of Halani in 1783 under the command of Mir Fateh Ali khan, Sindh came under the sway of Talpurs.

Common advantages can be to sway a person's opinion, action, or decision, reduce amounts fees collected, speed up a government grants, or change outcomes of legal processes.

When Harry suffers from amnesia and briefly forgets his vendetta, the vision of the Green Goblin returns in a successful attempt to sway him back to destroying Peter/Spider-Man by one purpose: "Attack his heart." The Mysore style of Bharatanatya nurtured and popularised by the likes of the legendary Jatti Tayamma continues to hold sway in karnataka and Bangalore also enjoys an eminent place as one of the foremost centers of Bharatanatya.

However, the system continues to hold sway over keralese culture and social personalities, and the tharavadu remains the focus of the emotional make-up of many Nayars.

Nationalism resumed its sway, associated with anti-Semitism, and the streets of Algiers were filled with blood.

On August 31 1886 the Charleston earthquake caused the tower to sway violently, according to the keeper's log, but there was no recorded damage.

The O'Connors of kerry held political sway from this strategic base which allowed them to "inspect” ships passing to and from the port of Limerick.

The Qatar Peninsula came under the sway of several great powers over the centuries.

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