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We lived in a house (and this I can vouch for, this I remember) that had a stoop of cement, steps of concrete, aggregate pavers running out to the sidewalk.
I also can't vouch for the quality of uPortaL, but I do know that demand for such software is on the rise.
But I can vouch for the ability of the Cuban piers to move the cargo.
Sorry, can't remember the brewery, nor can I vouch for the brewing process or the shape of the glasses.
Versace's a favorite of rockers and Hollywood types of both sexes, patrons who could vouch for the truth in Dolly Parton's line "It costs a lot of money to look this cheap
I can't vouch for the protective value; I'm sure it won't take a large hit.
MHP was not a guarantor of the financial statements and did not vouch for the achievability of any forecast of future results.
On Wednesday, news hit that the planned sale of BCE was in jeopardy after an independent auditor told the company that it could not vouch for certain conditions in the $42-billion deal.
Gary Alejano declined to vouch for his fellow mutineer and now Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon, confirming claims of a rift among plotters of the 2003 Oakwood mutiny growing far and wide.
It's unclear as to the full range of capabilities the new gizmo will bring but, going from personal experience, I can vouch for the fact that it will leave its room like a tip, be fluent in the languages of Twitter and Snapchat and hold the view that its parents are, like, so ancient and know nothing about anything at all.
I cannot vouch for other parties, but as far as our Party is concerned we have three members and we will go all out and support the no confidence motion and insist on a united Andhra Pradesh and also for an assembly resolution for dividing the State," he added.
Now she is offering to physically vouch for him in the courtroom.