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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishswearing-inˌswearing-ˈin noun [singular]  a ceremony in which someone with a new public job or position officially promises to do their duty well
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swearing-inSince her swearing-in last month, McCarthy has made a point of working on issues other than gun violence.It is inevitable that a campaign that strikes few sparks be followed by a lackluster swearing-in.And she may not show up for the swearing-in and other inaugural festivities the following day.The swearing-in took place at 12:05 p.m.
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