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To solemnly assert a fact before witnesses, e. g., where a testator declares
a paper signed by him to be his last will aud testament. Lane v. Lane, 95 N. Y. 498.
This also is one of the words customarily used in the promise given by a person who
is affirmed as a witness.

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