On Saturday, the Islamist-dominated parliament in Tripoli swore
in Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi and 10 of his ministers, including the foreign, justice and oil ministers.
The group was asked about how much they swore
in daily life and this was analysed together with their level of pain tolerance.
Those who seldom swore
were able to stand the icy water for 45 seconds longer when they were swearing than when they were not swearing.
I would get offended if they swore
excessively, especially if there are children around, and I would tell them to quiet down because it shows that they have a limited vocabulary.
Volunteers were able to keep their hands in the freezing water for significantly longer when they swore
In the last two verses of Psalm 15, the prophet requires, among other things, this kind of integrity from a citizen of the kingdom of God, so that he neither changes what he swore
to his neighbor nor gives his money to him for usury.
The issue is not really that a contestant swore
on his mother's life.
Politely, I told them to think of their mothers or grandmothers the next time they swore
He should ask himself, how would I feel if the employee swore
back at me?
Alexei, who never cursed in his excellent ECHO column, swore
like a trouper on a 12 inch "Mr Sweary" version of his ancient hit single 'Ullo John, Got A New Motor?
In the pre-Christian era, ancient Romans swore
oaths to the emperor or to the gods.
The rookie soldiers, all from County Durham, swore
their allegiance to Queen and country watched by numerous dignitaries.
But they did roll up and rolled up their sleeves and it was found that those who swore
could keep their hands submerged for 40 seconds longer and felt the pain less than those who were allowed to say no more than: Ooh, hecky thump.
The researchers found that volunteers were able to keep their hands in the freezing water for significantly longer when they swore
There were comedians in the past who had careers, very successful careers, that lasted 50 years and they never swore