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 When did a representative for the athletes first take the Olympic oath?

Answer The first time the Olympic oath was taken by an athlete as part of the opening ceremonies was at the 1920 Summer Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium. Victor Boin of Belgium, who participated in both ... Read More »
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What is the hippocratic oath ?

better known as the hypocritic oath by some, it is an oath to pagan deities to adhere to some set of ethical standards in medical practice. it begins, "first do no harm.... .given that the most com... Read More »
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What is the Marine's oath?

The Marine Corps oath carries on over 200 years of tradition and history that has defined this military branch. From day one, it sets the tone for a Marine's career and summarizes the values that t... Read More »
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What is the us air force's oath?

I think it is the same for all US military personell except the national guard. "I, (NAME), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States again... Read More »
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Where did phrase "bloody oath" came from?

"My oath" was a common expression of reinforcement for a point. "Bloody" has long been common in Australia and "I'll blow your bloody brains out" cropped up in a Supreme Court trial in 1833. It was... Read More »
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