But after a scene in which one person was in earnest and the other a perfect performer--after the tenderest caresses, the most pathetic tears, the smelling-bottle, and some of the very best feelings of the heart, had been called into requisition--Rebecca and Amelia parted, the former vowing
to love her friend for ever and ever and ever.
While the Israelite community accepted the vowing
of vows, as did other peoples of their time and place (Sumerians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Hittites), (3) no law required a person or group in distress to vow a vow.
In the second, the Baron's daughter, Amelia, rejects her falsely vowing
suitor, Count Cassel, to accept betrothal to the truly vowing
Our huge illegal-immigration problem is the result of years of granting amnesty, vowing
to crack down on illegal immigration and then failing to do so, granting more amnesties, vowing
to crack down again and turning our backs again.
Earlier this year, the IRS announced its renewed commitment to the office, vowing
to quadruple the staff to 32.
According to Cartledge, the vow of Jacob puts the deity under obligation, an aspect of vowing
which is missing from the general observations contained in his first chapter.
Bush opened a whistle-stop tour of California on Wednesday, vowing
to aggressively pursue votes in the state and vowing
to beef up the military and cut taxes.
zero-tolerance for crimes based on race, gender or sexual orientation, the Police Commission approved measures Tuesday to improve identification, investigation, prosecution and tracking of hate crimes in Los Angeles.