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The Fountainhead
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  • Miss Francon, for whom are you testifying?
  • In the next two days a succession of witnesses testified for the plaintiff.
  • You will testify for the plaintiff, of course?
  • I will testify for the plaintiff.
  • Even more completely than the persons who testified.
  • My father was asked to come here to testify.
  • "The witness must be allowed to testify," the judge declared unexpectedly.
  • John Erik Snyte testified modestly and unobtrusively that he had employed Roark in his office, that Roark had been an unreliable, disloyal and unscrupulous employee, and that Roark had started his career by stealing a client from him.
  • The contractor’s superintendent testified about the dynamite missing from the stores on the site.

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  • She testified against the robber.
  • She will testify to the value of our product.

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