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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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For the following five years ending in August, Joseph Gary Torres, 46, gradually increased their contact until sodomy and oral copulation were common, she testified during the first day of Torres' preliminary hearing.
Erik Kleinsmith, a former Army major who supervised the data mining operation, testified to the Judiciary Committee that he had been "forced to destroy all the data, charts, and other analytical products" related to Able Danger.
When East took the stand Tuesday, she said the 1993 trial was the only time she had testified as an expert witness in federal court.
Department of Finance commissioner Martha Stark testified first, encouraging the assembly not to rush to judgment on her entire staff.
Two poll workers testified that they had been instructed to apply "qualification" procedures very strictly and, if there was any doubt, to deny the person the chance to vote.
And then there's the economist who testified in 154 Los Angeles-area cases from 1990 to 1994.
Brady testified about his participation in the crime but stated his companion actually committed the murder.
What surprised us," Kessler testified, "was that the lowest [tar] one in fact had the highest concentration of nicotine.
Most recently, he testified on behalf of Honeywell in a $700 million fraudulent conveyance matter, in which Honeywell prevailed.
According to a transcript of the preliminary hearing, Schlegel testified that he and Farrell saw Cardenas and two other men drinking beer about 6 p.
The radiation may have damaged one subject's bones, but none of the subjects died from plutonium exposure, she testified.