The testimony during the hearing shed some new light on the scandal but there were no bombshells.
But other evidence has been collected that adds potentially damning details, including the testimony of the receptionist.
He wrote in a Facebook post that he was off for a beer as soon as his testimony was over.
testimony from industry executives gave no sense of a consensus that they were.
Burrage was acquitted, despite the testimony of one of the two confessed killers to Burrage's complicity.
Spite of the testimony of her own ears, she would not believe it.
The press has noticed the emanations of her genius, and we add our testimony.
Thus the testimony of Moses long before is identical with that of Paul.
Important additions to this testimony have been made in later years.
And for testimony to all (and for good measure) I here with pen and ink append my name: Walt Whitman.
late 14c., "the Ten Commandments," from Late Latin testimonium (Vulgate), along with Greek to martyrion (Septuagint), translations of Hebrew 'eduth "attestation, testimony" (of the Decalogue), from 'ed "witness." Meaning "evidence, statement of a witness" first recorded early 15c., from Old French testimonie (11c.), from Latin testimonium "evidence, proof, testimony," from testis "witness" (see testament) + -monium, suffix signifying action, state, condition.
(1.) Witness or evidence (2 Thess. 1:10). (2.) The Scriptures, as the revelation of God's will (2 Kings 11:12; Ps. 19:7; 119:88; Isa. 8:16, 20). (3.) The altar raised by the Gadites and Reubenites (Josh. 22:10).