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Confirmatory evidence followed from Rogers and Buckstone.
Her forehead was painfully anxious and intent as she gave this evidence, and, in the pauses when she stopped for the Judge to write it down, watched its effect upon the counsel for and against.
The circumstances of their evidence would have been, in modern days, divided into two classes those which were immaterial, and those which were actually and physically impossible.
for they haven't got much evidence YET,' she said to herself.
But I should not offer the evidence for the prosecution and leave the defense unheard.
He gave full, satisfactory, and direct evidence on every point; and the prince's name was, thanks to this, not brought into the proceedings.
McFarlane, how it is that you are still at liberty, since there appears to be enough evidence to justify your arrest?
But the completer, the positive, soul, which will merely take [25] that mood into its service (its proper service, as we hold, is in counteraction to the vulgarity of purely positive natures) is also certainly in evidence in Amiel's "Thoughts"--that other, and far stronger person, in the long dialogue; the man, in short, possessed of gifts, not for the renunciation, but for the reception and use, of all that is puissant, goodly, and effective in life, and for the varied and adequate literary reproduction of it; who, under favourable circumstances, or even without them, will become critic, or poet, and in either case a creative force; and if he be religious (as Amiel was deeply religious) will make the most of "evidence," and almost certainly find a Church.
It seemed incredible that man could be so perfidious--that we had really seen with our own eyes the thing that we had seen; but when we returned to the fort, the shattered wall gave us ample evidence that there was no mistake.
The evidence which I have collected from various sources," Inspector Jacks continued, "leads me to believe that the person who committed this murder was a foreigner.
I had reports of three other men occupying responsible positions in the city, Thomson, against whom there was really tangible and serious evidence.
The evidence of servants spoke of raised voices and the sound of a heavy fall.