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vow

1. a solemn promise made to a deity or saint, by which the promiser pledges himself to some future act, course of action, or way of life
2. take vows to enter a religious order and commit oneself to its rule of life by the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, which may be taken for a limited period as simple vows or as a perpetual and still more solemn commitment as solemn vows
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As we read through the terms of each vow, we realize that the vower is addressing the Lord.
The conclusion of Jacob's vow leads us to recognize another linguistic characteristic: Each vower uses language that manifests intensification or strengthening of a verb.
Another characteristic in common is that each vower promises to give something to the Lord based on the conditions established, and the gifts to the Lord constitute the fulfillment of the vows.
As I'm walking out, this lady comes up to me and said she's been waiting for an hour to see who's [sic] dog this was because of how mean the groomer was to her," Vowers said.
She sent me this video and I am sick to my stock about it and will not be going back," Vowers added, according to (https://wsvn.