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I do

A phrase typically spoken at the end of traditional wedding vows, affirming that the speaker intends to adhere to those vows. A: "Do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband to have and to hold from this day forward?" B: "I do."
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I do not know two men, one an ex-slaveholder, one an ex-slave, whose advice and judgment I would feel more like following in everything which concerns the life and development of the school at Tuskegee than those of these two men.