01. After waking up one morning in the alley behind a bar, he [vowed] never to touch alcohol again.
02. The young boys all made a [vow] to keep the location of their clubhouse a secret.
03. The brother of the girl who was murdered [vowed] to take revenge on her killer.
04. The President made a [vow] that those who were responsible for the terrorist attacks would be brought to justice.
05. The young woman made a silent [vow] to herself to return to school and get a proper education once her baby was old enough to go to daycare.
06. They took their marriage [vows] very seriously, and promised that they would never divorce, no matter what happened.
07. I made a [vow] to my children that I would quit smoking for their sake, and I have stuck to it.
08. Priests of the Catholic church have to take a [vow] of celibacy.
09. The new governor [vowed] to restore the public's trust in government.
10. The team [vowed] before the national media to win the gold medal for their country.
11. The young man [vowed] to the girl that he would return for her after completing his military service.
12. The monk took a [vow] of poverty that he never forgot.
13. President Bush has [vowed] to continue military action until all the terrorist camps have been destroyed.
14. The union has [vowed] to continue the strike until their demands are met.
15. Robert Schuman once said, "When I was a young man, I [vowed] never to marry until I found the ideal woman. Well, I found her but, alas, she was waiting for the ideal man."
16. Dick Gregory once said that political promises are much like marriage [vows]. They are made at the beginning of the relationship between candidate and voter, but are quickly forgotten.
17. There is an old proverb which observes that [vows] made in storms are forgotten in calms.
18. Gandhi once stated that your capacity to keep your [vow] will depend on the purity of your life.
19. On becoming a nun, the young woman had to take [vows] of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
20. As a young man, Siddhartha Gautama, who later became the Buddha, [vowed] to gain complete control over his body and mind by ridding himself of all passions, both physical and mental.

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