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  • Testimony - Wikipedia

    The words "testimony" and "testify" both have a roots in the Latin testis, referring to the notion of a third person, disinterested witness. Law. In the law ...

  • Testimony | Define Testimony at

    Testimony definition, Law. the statement or declaration of a witness under oath or affirmation, usually in court. See more.

  • Testimony - definition of testimony by The Free Dictionary

    demanded the Indian, who expected his reply with that sort of interest that a man feels in the confirmation of testimony, at which he marvels even while he respects ...

  • Testimony | A Spiritual Witness Given by Holy Ghost

    A testimony is a spiritual witness given by the Holy Ghost. The quest for a testimony begins with a righteous, sincere desire.

  • Testimony Definition and Meaning - Bible Dictionary

    Testimony. The biblical concept of testimony or witness is closely allied with the conventional Old Testament legal sense of testimony given in a court of law.

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