bear testimony to (something)

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bear testimony to (something)

To support or prove a claim or idea, often by one's (or something's) physical presence. If you didn't do anything wrong, then the investigation will bear testimony to that. The many students on campus these days bear testimony to the school's successful rebranding efforts. The beautiful homes and vibrant gardens bear testimony to the rebirth of this neighborhood.
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To those therefore I apply for the truth of the above observations, whose own minds can bear testimony to what I have advanced.
It is, that if Miss Manette should bring to you at any time, on her own part, such a confidence as I have ventured to lay before you, you will bear testimony to what I have said, and to your belief in it.
The beauty of Cullinan's Viewing Suite, the manner in which it deploys so effortlessly, the attention to detail, the finest leathers that match the interior of the customer's Cullinan and how it all comes together to bring beautiful furniture to the most remote places, all bear testimony to the unequalled Bespoke competence of the designers and craftspeople at the Home of Rolls-Royce.
Killing of Misra Begum, Tahira and Asif Iqbal by Indian forces bear testimony to the fact that they do not believe in protection and promotion of human rights', he added.
The number of world-class stadiums in the country and the numerous international tournaments that bring top-ranked players flocking to the UAE bear testimony to that.
Insha Allah time will bear testimony to its rapid and persistent growth in times to come.
The amazing structures and artifacts that still blanket the monument bear testimony to all that has come before.
GIB Capital chief executive Osamah Shaker said, "the awards bear testimony to the continued appreciation GIB Capital enjoys in the market, from both clients and industry perspectives.
The latest edition of the Good Beer Guide said: "Named after the locomotive that worked the Liverpool to Manchester railway, The Lion features intricately etched and stained glass which bear testimony to its Grade II-listed status.
They are all on the same page for a bigger national cause," Ahsan Iqbal stated and added that declarations of two All Parties Conferences (APCs) on CPEC bear testimony to this fact.
ORIGINAL pencil drawings that bear testimony to an unassuming Welsh engineer's contribution to the Allies success during D-Day went under the hammer last night - but failed to sell.
Ibri: It is an ancient village that boasts of several archaeological and heritage sites which bear testimony to its antiquity.
Unlike Noakes' short-term study, these patients bear testimony to long-term successful weight loss.
We've had a product plan for the Middle East and it is working extremely well A[degrees] our sales success and our impressive, everA[degrees]increasing market share bear testimony to this," Jamal said.