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testimony
used in Carrie

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Definition
something that serves as evidence — especially a statement at a trial or hearing
  • For the remainder of your testimony, I wish you would stick to what you saw, Mr. Quillan.
testimony = statement (evidence)
  • From the sworn testimony of Thomas K. Quillan, taken before The State Investigatory Board of Maine in connection with the events of May 27-28 in Chamberlain, Maine (abridged version which follows is from Black Prom: The White Commission Report, Signet Books: New York, 1980): Q. Mr. Quillan. are you a resident of Chamberlain?
  • From the sworn testimony of Sheriff Otis Doyle, taken before The State Investigatory Board of Maine (from The White Commission Report), p.29-31: Q. Sheriff, where were you on the night of May twenty-seventh?
  • Q. The Commission is extremely interested in this part of your testimony, Sheriff Doyle.
  • From the sworn testimony of Mrs. Cora Simard, taken be-fore The State Investigatory Board (from The White Commission Report), pp.217-18: Q. Mrs. Simard, the Board understands that you lost your daughter on Prom Night, and we sympathize with you deeply.
  • From the sworn testimony of Susan Snell, taken before The State Investigatory Board of Maine (from The White Commission Report), pp. 30~472: Q. Now, Miss Snell, the Board would like to go through your testimony concerning your alleged meeting with Carrie White in The Cavalier parking lotA.
  • From the sworn testimony of Susan Snell, taken before The State Investigatory Board of Maine (from The White Commission Report), pp. 30~472: Q. Now, Miss Snell, the Board would like to go through your testimony concerning your alleged meeting with Carrie White in The Cavalier parking lotA.
  • (A short recess) Q. Miss Snell, are you willing to continue your testimony at this time?
  • I read Mrs. Simard's testimony in the paper!

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