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testimony

[tes′timō′nē]
Etymology: L, testimonium, evidence
the statement of a witness, usually made orally and given under oath, such as at a court trial.
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At the top of that list: using client testimonials.
We are delighted to grant this request from the testimonial committee.
Patterson's testimonial will run either side of Sidebottom's testimonial and Patterson will not hold any events during Sidebottom's two-month spell.
the information provided by the testimonial is representative of what clients of the lawyer or law firm generally experience
Nonetheless, testimonials are prohibited because from the SEC's perspective they are likely to create a deceptive or mistaken impression that all of the advisor's clients or investors typically experience the same favorable results as the person providing the testimonial, and testimonials emphasize favorable experiences and do not account for unfavorable experiences.
Former Dunfermline captain Scott Thomson told how his testimonial helped set him up for life after football.
Ex Man City captain Paul Lake, 46, whose career was cruel-ly brought to a premature end by a knee injury, had a testimonial match in 1997.
He said: "For lower league players a testimonial could be the same as four or five years' wages.
Rooney's representatives said United awarded the striker the testimonial following a meeting between "likeminded individuals and Manchester United fans".
The testimonial originates from a client who receives value and cares enough to extend a written or verbal appreciation of that value to us in acknowledgment and gratitude of effort and/or result.
But the advisor can publish or link to commentary or reviews from third-party sites without violating the testimonial rule with these provisos:
Delighted former Devils coach Adams said: "Shannon is the latest player to confirm and he's flying in from Canada for the testimonial dinner and match.