commit

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  • Also, the trial must be held in the state where the crime was committed.
  • The new government released all political prisoners and committed itself to the protection of human rights.
  • Several of the cases of sexual activity with children were committed by women.
  • He then committed suicide in the ocean so his body would not be found.
  • They committed to have an election when everything is ready.
  • Under this law, a person may be committed only if they present a danger to themselves or others.
  • Only the more committed members who do follow such rules can remain in the movement's structure.
  • In order to do this he needed to commit his entire army to a serious attack.
  • Some patients died as a result of the operation and others later committed suicide.
  • Many attempt to commit the perfect crime and believe they will not be caught.
  • Both parties are committed to free market economic policies and increased foreign investment.
  • It also occurs where water seems abundant but where resources are over-committed.
  • He was thus able to commit much of his time to research, as well as to travel.
  • A few days before his death he committed to writing his reasons for not fearing it.
  • It was an answer to violence committed in the name of religion.
  • Despite his personal loss, Hugo remained committed to the cause of political change.
  • Still, at the opening, less than one-half of the delegates were committed.
  • She believes that people can do anything if they commit themselves.
  • Many students never commit all the facts to memory, but can still find any basic fact quickly.
  • Bush decided that he did not want to commit to the band full-time, and again left.
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Meaning of commit

  • verb Cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution
    After the second episode, she had to be committed, he was committed to prison
  • verb Engage in or perform
    practice safe sex, commit a random act of kindness