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He is described as a good workman, a steady fellow, and not given to drink, while all his neighbours unite in testifying that he was a gentle and affectionate husband and father.
One is interested in testifying in court to the murder of her friend and also has a son-in-law who will testify along with her.
I am not sure if testifying is really doing anything productive.
And Sean Wilentz, in testifying before Congress, described the Andrew Johnson impeachment as merely "political."
One difficulty with testifying is that mind control technologies can readily be used to make complainants dead, ill, incoherent, oblivious, or apparently not very sane.
They are seeking to determine if any officials then passed the name along to journalists and if officials were truthful in testifying about whether they had read the memorandum, the people who have been briefed said, asking not to be named because the special prosecutor heading the investigation had requested that no one discuss the case.
He must also perform 50 hours of community service, pay restitution for victim medical costs, and cooperate with the prosecution in testifying against the others charged.
I have great pleasure in testifying to a man who served me so loyally, and served Canada so well.
There ain't any peace or joy for me, not even in testifying myself, when David sits there like a stick or stone.
Further Chronicles of Avonlea Lucy Maud 1920
From the crown of her carefully dressed head to the tips of her pointed toes she was engaged in testifying her assent to the prevailing note.
The Convert 1907