He said the economic, fiscal and social reforms underway, which are recognised i nternationally, bear testimony
to the current macro-economic environment of the c ountry.
As a teacher, I can bear testimony
to the diligence and professionalism of its teaching staff and its extensive community links with the Croxteth Skills Centre and Comuniversity which will be sorely missed in the area.
Descendants of musicians and dancers, who performed here in the past, bear testimony
to that tradition.
I can bear testimony
to 800 Redcar and Cleveland taxpayers who attended recent screenings of my latest film Coatham: A Common Concern in Coatham, Redcar, Marske, New Marske, Lazenby, Saltburn and the House of Commons no less.
The Military Police Officers who were present during the search in the logging of Donmez will also bear testimony
The structures also bear testimony
to the interchanges with other regional cultures, in particular the Byzantine, Orthodox and Persian.
Our financial results bear testimony
to the ability, commitment and sheer hard work of the entire Netto team.
A surprise FAI Ford cup win at Drogheda and away wins at Galway and at home to leaders St Pat's over the last four games bear testimony
that Connor, contrary to some scepticism, is doing a good job.
The letters that she exchanged with contemporary Indian feminists bear testimony
to her attempts to break away from imperial feminism's traditional assumptions about the silence of Indian women and to have a dialogue with them over the question of their enfranchisement.
Huge impact basins on the moon bear testimony
to this cataclysmic era.
Beware of them, for they will deliver you up to councils, and flog you in their synagogues, and you will be dragged before governors and kings for my sake, to bear testimony
Whenever it becomes this then it is only a temporary role that it plays--binding up the wounded and the broken-hearted that they might, when healed and stronger-hearted, go out to engage the world and bear testimony
to its true destiny.