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Comment: I read "we mutually pledge to each other" to mean to each other

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I read "we mutually pledge to each other" to mean to each other

Tell me if you come up with something different.

"we mutually pledge to each other"
"we mutually pledge to each other"
"we mutually pledge to each other"
"we mutually pledge to each other"
"we mutually pledge to each other"
"we mutually pledge to each other"
"we mutually pledge to each other"

No matter how many times I read it I still come up with the same
conclusion, they meant "we mutually pledge to each other"
EACH OTHER!