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This is a testament to true love, grit, loyalty and the power of the body — and love — to heal.
That his turnover rate has dropped7 is a testament to increased comfort in quarterbacking the offense.
These three companies are dedicated to producing high-end appliances for the home, and their microwaves are a testament to their mission.
What Shonda Rhimes has achieved is a testament to “Bridgerton” being not just exceptional but inclusive, too.
Amici’s experiences in sports and in life are a testament to the value of inclusion in building powerful teams and social, societal, and business institutions.
The future more likely holds the prospect of last testaments on our digital devices.
It’s a testament to the coaching job done by Kyle Shanahan that the 49ers have remained this competitive and have stayed in the playoff race with all the injuries and other issues.
All the CEOs gave strong testament to the power of purpose in unleashing creativity and innovation.
Accelerated ad revenues for Google, Facebook, and Amazon in the latest quarter are a testament to that.
It’s a testament to the flaws in our permitting system that it takes a videotape to force people to come to terms with that basic fraud.

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