testified to

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Patsy Horan and two of his satellites testified to a most colossal aggregation of perjuries.
I testified to the effect that Jackson injured himself by neglect and carelessness, and that the company was not in any way to blame or liable.
Balls, concerts, dinners, matchboxes, ladies' dresses, beer, restaurants-- everything testified to sympathy with the Slavonic peoples.
Most of the spectators testified to having seen, on the breast of the unhappy minister, a SCARLET LETTER -- the very semblance of that worn by Hester Prynne -- imprinted in the flesh.
A second witness testified to having seen him wearing "a blue coat with silver buttons, a red waistcoat, black shag breeches, tartan hose, and a feathered hat, with a big coat, dun coloured," a costume referred to by one of the counsel as "French cloathes which were remarkable.
William Earl and Manning succeeded her, and testified to witnessing a document.
If Rachel has testified to his innocence, Miss Clack, I don't scruple to say that I believe in his innocence as firmly as you do: I have been misled by appearances, like the rest of the world; and I will make the best atonement I can, by publicly contradicting the scandal which has assailed your friend wherever I meet with it.
Ablewhite's innocence is equally certain-- or Rachel would never have testified to it.
Of course, as everybody knows, when the bodily eyes are thus out of the lists, the spiritual eyes are uncommonly vivacious and perspicuous; and, therefore, there were abundance of full-length portraits of the ghost, abundantly sworn and testified to, which, as if often the case with portraits, agreed with each other in no particular, except the common family peculiarity of the ghost tribe,--the wearing of a white sheet.
Erik Kleinsmith, a former Army major who supervised the data mining operation, testified to the Judiciary Committee that he had been "forced to destroy all the data, charts, and other analytical products" related to Able Danger.
The complaint most often testified to by voters, and family members and others in their presence, was that they were denied their right to vote because they "were not on the rolls"--even though some had with them their voter registration cards and identification showing their names and addresses.
Parris' motion to compel Beard-Williams to attend the deposition said that as to those matters already testified to in her declaration, she has waived her right against self-incrimination and must submit to her deposition.