To do justice and to convict only upon clear, unshaken testimony.
Both objects must be understood as a clear testimony of the trade between the two peoples.
The massive arch offered its own clear testimony as to what those who built it had been.
Get some rest; maybe you can give us clearer testimony later.
"We haven't wasted any, sir," said Stoddart-West, looking down at his place which bore clear testimony of that fact.
There is no clear testimony in ancient literature to identify the athletes or heroes depicted by the bronzes.
That is a clear testimony that when there is a need for us to act fast, we can do so.
It gives clear testimony to the importance which the European Parliament attaches to transatlantic relations.
This is clear testimony to how determined the people are to achieve self-determination.
Behold then the clear testimony of history.