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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L&T added that the contract win bears testimony to its execution capability with excellent safety and quality performance.
History bears testimony to Pakistan always stepping out first, in search of peace with India - be it General (retd) Ziaul Haq's surprise visit to New Delhi on the pretext of watching a Test match between Pakistan and India in Jaipur in February 1987 at a time when Indian troops had massed along the Pakistani border, or Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf's sudden handshake with former Indian PM Atal Behri Vajpayee during a Saarc summit in Kathmandu in January 2002 at a time of diplomatic freeze in the wake of the Kargil war.
Fort Jesus bears testimony to the first successful attempt by Western civilisation to rule the Indian Ocean trade routes, which, until then, had remained under Eastern influence.
'History bears testimony to the fact that whenever I got power, I left no stone unturned to solve the issues of the masses.
'But time and again New Delhi has failed in its designs and history bears testimony to this fact that such oppressive majors have never proved deterrent to the will of people or leadership,' the leaders said.
History bears testimony to the fact that local governments contribute a lot in resolution of the problems faced by the citizens.
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"It bears testimony to our determination to operate at the highest international standards and effectively manage occupational health, safety, environment, and employee well-being within the organisation as outlined in our mission statement to safely, reliably and efficiently provide shipping and maritime services.
All the postings and transfers were made on political affiliation in the C and W Department which could be gauged from the official senior list of the department which bears testimony to this fact the junior officers of BPS-18 and BPS 19 have been posted against BPS-20 and still working on senior positions.
Paying his gratitude to the people of Kashmir, Syed Ali Gilani said, "Our history bears testimony to the fact that those lodged in different jails of India and in the territory are pursuing their political belief and demanding right to self-determination."
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The opening of the Liwa Public Park bears testimony to this.
Turning Javier Mascherano from a midfielder into a centre-back of distinction was one such act that bears testimony to his coaching acumen.
The conquest of Makkah is one such event that bears testimony to the fact that Islam is the religion of peace, justice and equality.