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  • A lawyer would have objected to this testimony as irrelevant.
  • The attorney frowned; the testimony had been rehearsed; but it was getting off the rails.
  • He listened to the testimony.
  • Then I take it that you agree with the preceding testimony?
  • Miss Francon, I hardly think that this line of testimony is relevant or admissible…
  • Her testimony had been quoted in the newspaper accounts of the case but only in harmless excerpts.
  • She had left the courtroom after her testimony and he had heard nothing from her since.
  • On the day after the end of the trial Alvah Scarret gasped when he glanced at the proofs of "Your House" delivered to his desk: the column contained most of Dominique’s testimony in court.
  • Nobody in the courtroom realized that this testimony had been intended as a sensation.
  • This will be my testimony and my summation.
  • The night watchman related how he had been sent away from the scene; his testimony was brief; the prosecutor preferred not to stress the subject of Dominique.
  • The trial—the testimony of Ellsworth M. Toohey—of Peter Keating—of Ralston Holcombe—of Gordon L. Prescott—no quotations from the testimony of Dominique Francon, only a brief report.
  • The trial—the testimony of Ellsworth M. Toohey—of Peter Keating—of Ralston Holcombe—of Gordon L. Prescott—no quotations from the testimony of Dominique Francon, only a brief report.
  • His testimony was long and scholarly, but it came down to: "It’s all nonsense.

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  • Her emotional testimony moved the jury.
  • He said it in his testimony to the Senate Environment and Public Works committee on greenhouse gas emissions.

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