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keep a promise

 and keep one's promise
to make good on a promise; to fulfill one's promise. If you can't keep your promises, you shouldn't make them in the first place.
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Duterte urged to keep promise to workers !-- -- Jess Diaz (The Philippine Star) - August 9, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines A lawmaker yesterday urged President Duterte to fulfill his campaign promise to workers by signing a new version of the security of tenure bill that he earlier vetoed.
Some of the placards read, 'India learn to keep promise', 'Liars make the best promise', 'They made many promises but never kept one', 'A country that does not keep promises is a banana republic' and 'Shame on broken promises'.
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He said that gas utilities are harassing CNG operators unnecessarily while government has failed to keep promise of reopening CNG stations in Punjab by March 15th.
MP Urges Russia Keep Promise to Supply High-grade S300 Air Defense Missiles
"It is regrettable that South Korea is continuing to hurt relations of trust between the two countries," Abe told reporters." Japan will urge South Korea to restore trust and keep promises between the two countries," Abe said.
Meanwhile, he also blamed China's failure to keep promises, including buy agricultural product from the U.S.
Amman, June 19 (Petra)-- Iran has announced on Wednesday it will not extend the 60 day-period to the other parties in the nuclear deal unless they keep promises with the agreement, according to media reports.
He said those who believe people from the region do not keep promises will be surprised.
'Nigerians, including those in the South East, know that President Buhari does not keep promises. They know that he has not fulfilled any of the promises he made during the 2015 campaign.
He however quit the post and also his senatorship less than a year after assuming office, claiming that the Najib's administration did not keep promises made for the Indian community.
We provide end-to-end support to help our customers keep promises to their customers.
They describe how Staples implemented this concept, the role of visionary leaders, the role of informal leaders in creating the conditions to drive consistent customer satisfaction, how products must fulfill customer expectations, the need to always keep promises, the role of frontline employees and supervisory staff, loyalty-generating systems, how stories reinforce what matters to customers, and the problems with customer loyalty programs, incorporating other examples throughout, such as Nordstrom, McDonaldAEs, Baja Fresh, and Apple.
Well, he doesn't keep promises, isn't funny and is economical with the facts - for example, Scotland is the seventh richest country in the world etc.
While I was looking at Alexandria's angry sea, I was stunned by the words when Om Kolthoum said, "your chains have bloodied my wrists" and "why do I keep promises that you do not honour?"