testimony

  1. a solemn statement made under oath
  2. an assertion offering firsthand authentication of a fact
  3. something that serves as evidence

Testimony

a spoken statement made by a witness in a court of law

testimony

[n] - a solemn statement made under oath 2. [n] - an assertion offering firsthand authentication of a fact 3. [n] - something that serves as evidence
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Testimony

Tes'ti·mo·ny noun ; plural Testimonies . [ Latin testimonium , from testis a witness: confer Old French testimoine , testemoine , testimonie . See Testify .] 1. A solemn declaration or affirmation made for the purpose of establishing...
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testimony

noun a solemn statement made under oath
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Testimony

• (n.) Open attestation; profession. • (n.) Hence, the whole divine revelation; the sacre/ Scriptures. • (n.) A solemn declaration or affirmation made for the purpose of establishing or proving some fact. • (n.) Affirmation; declaration; as, these doctrines are supported by the uniform testimony of the fathers; the belief of pas...
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testimony

testimony 1. Evidence given by a competent witness under oath or affirmation in a court of law; as distinguished from evidence derived from writings, and other sources. 2. Something that supports a fact or a claim. 3. A public profession of Christian faith or religious experience. It is stated that under Roman law no man was admissible as a witn...
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testimony

Evidence delivered by a witness at trial either orally at trial or in the written form of an affidavit or deposition.
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Testimony

The statement made by a witness under oath or affirmation.
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Testimony

The evidence or statement of evidence declared by the witness under the oath, to the court of law where trial was taking place.
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testimony

n. oral evidence given under oath by a witness in answer to questions posed by attorneys at trial or at a deposition (questioning under oath outside of court).
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Testimony

[book] Testimony (Russian: Свидетельство) is a book that was published in October 1979 by the Russian musicologist Solomon Volkov. He claimed that it was the memoirs of the composer Dmitri Shostakovich. From its publication, its portrayal of the composer and his views was controversial: the Shostakovich of the book was sometime...
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Testimony

In law and in religion, testimony is a solemn attestation as to the truth of a matter. ==Etymology== The words `testimony` and `testify` both have a root in the Latin testis, referring to the notion of a third person, disinterested witness. ==Law== In the law, testimony is a form of evidence that is obtained from a witness who makes a solemn s...
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testimony

an oral declaration made by a witness or party under oath
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testimony

Evidence given by witness under oath at trial or via affidavit or deposition.
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Testimony

The evidence given by a witness under oath. It does not include evidence from documents and other physical evidence.
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Testimony

Evidence given under oath by a witness either at trial or in an affidavit or deposition.
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Testimony

A statement given, either orally or in writing, by one of the principals to or by a witness in a case about the facts under dispute in the case. See Deposition.
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