oral testimony


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Higginbotham's own oral testimony, in the negative.
I cannot produce written proof again, but I can give as authentic oral testimony as you can desire, of what he is now wanting, and what he is now doing.
Surveyor Pine, and from whose oral testimony he had made up his narrative, remembered her, in their youth, as a very old, but not decrepit woman, of a stately and solemn aspect.
To learn more, or if you're interested in providing oral testimony on June 21 in Las Vegas, please contact ADHA Director of Governmental Affairs Ann Lynch (annl@adha.
That said, while the oral testimony was the primary source material, the issues raised were compared with the socio-historical record of the state contained in other sources, both primary and secondary.
Notably, the court supported the use of the Cohan rule in determining a "close approximation" of QREs through interviews and oral testimony corroborated by documentary evidence.
On the announced date the committee shall hold a public hearing at which any person affected shall be entitled to present oral testimony and be represented by counsel.
In its report, the CBI claimed that the allegations could not be substantiated "as per the documentary evidence and oral testimony of witnesses".
ORAL testimony from witnesses at an inquiry into a hospital bug outbreak which killed at least 31 people closed yesterday.
ONS President Carlton Brown presented oral testimony before the U.
Los Angeles documented Ilse Wermink's historic oral testimony on behalf of WILPF at the 13th Special Session of the U.
Around 2,500 people gave evidence, with 922 of these called to give oral testimony.