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  1. committedadjective

    bound or obligated, as under a pledge to a particular cause, action, or attitude

    "committed church members"; "a committed Marxist"


    uncommitted, floating(a), fancy-free, undecided

  2. attached, committedadjective

    associated in an exclusive sexual relationship

    attached, connected, affiliated

    fancy-free, undecided, floating(a), uncommitted

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  1. Drew Findling:

    At the end, we are confident that Gov. Kemp, who has demonstrated that he will not be dictated to by the federal government and has committed himself to combatting violent crime, will not suspend Sheriff Victor Hill, who is well documented as one of Georgia’s most devoted anti-crime law enforcement officers.

  2. Royal Dutch Shell Plc:

    Shell respects the right for people to peacefully protest, we remain committed to continuing negotiations with the USW with the ultimate goal of reaching a mutual acceptable agreement for both parties.

  3. Margaret Mulkerrin:

    The American Jobs Plan is designed to expand economic opportunity in every single community across the country, including those at our Northern and Southern border by improving roads, bridges, rail, sea and land ports and creating good paying jobs here at home, this proposal is a starting point and we will continue listening to and working with Members on both sides of the aisle to develop infrastructure legislation. House Democrats are committed to advancing needed infrastructure improvements that do not include wasteful spending and uphold our values.

  4. Carlos Pavez:

    After a thorough investigation, we found hard evidence of violations of insider trading committed by Mr. Juan Bilbao.

  5. Czech TV reporter Vaclav Cernohorsky:

    According to available news, this is not a terrorist attack, but an act committed by aberrant individual.

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