Sword shield > mostly serves in a bodyguard capacity. Always has to be close around ward. A protector.
Sworn sword > someone who has dedicated their martial services. Can be used in a wide variety of ways.
An enlisted soldier is a soldier of the U.S. Armed Forces entitled to all benefits offered by the Army and are sworn in to uphold a contract. Drafted soldiers did not get any benefits other than medical if they were injured in combat and they are technically not in the Armed Forces so they not have a right to any extra benefits and their pay is also significantly lower than enlisted men. Drafted soldiers would be the equivalent of what a security guard is in comparison to a cop....EDIT: The preceding answer is 100% untrue. Draftees are entitled to ALL the same benefits as enlisted men. The only small exception was that during the Vietnam conflict there were certain incentives offered for enlisting. But they were small incentives, such as more preferable assignments AFTER your tour of duty, when you came back to the US. As far as where you went and what you did during a war, no difference was made between enlisted and drafted. All of the financial and medical benefits are exactly the same as well. Socially, hardly any difference is ever made between the draftees and enlisted men during peacetime, and during wartime absolutely no difference is made between them. They fight and die side by side and are brothers, regardless of whether they signed up or were forced to serve. Whoever submitted the preceding answer is not only ignorant on the subject, he has very poor grammar skills. He should be ashamed of himself.
Yes you can, but with a little pros and cons. The private investigator is sworn not to tell, just like between a doctor and his patient, or a lawyer and client. So if you are the one that hired him, he is sworn not to tell because he works for you. The only way someone will find out is if someone follows him and see who he works for.. Approach the vehicle , write down the licnnse number , approach the driver and ask to see his credentials as a licensed P.I. , or you will call the police and say you are being stalked. The investigator will have to identify him/herself to you or a police officer. And if you caught them , whomever hired them is not getting their money's worth anyway. BTW , a P.I. does not LEGALLY enjoy confidentiality like a doctor or lawyer.
It is a sworn written statement that one's relationship constitutes a domestic partnership. It is sometimes required to obtain DP benefits from an employer that offers them in jurisdictions where there is no DP registry. A similar document is often required to register a DP where such governmental regstry is available.
Depends what guy, I don't care so long as I'm not the one being insulted, although I don't normally mind being sworn at unless it's the one I love and even still I don't always mind unless I'm being called a (I don't know if I can swear on here so) d-bag
The house of Capulet and the house of Montague are sworn enemies and the basis of the play written by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet against all the odds fall in love and try to conduct a relationship even though they are making both their families angry at their connection.
Sworn is past tense of swore.
a sworn officer wears blue and can arrest criminals while a security guard wears white and can't arrest people
I/you/we/they have sworn. He/she/it has sworn.
ALL. Until they are sworn in they are known as the president elect. They are not the president until they have been sworn in.
No The way to tell a noun is if it can be preceded by an article (the, a, an). You cannot say 'the sworn' or 'a sworn' by itself. The statement could be 'sworn to secrecy' in which case the whole phrase seems adjectival. Sworn itself is the imperfect tense of 'to swear'.
he was sworn in the year 2009
Sworn Amongst was created in 2002.
He was sworn in with a Bible.
He was sworn in on March 4, 1801
Sworn to secrecy means that you are trusted not to tell a secret.