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He said the then- secretary testified to a House committee that, in 2017, DHS had prevented 3,755 KSTs from traveling to or entering the US, even though the real number was no more than three.
Coming out still takes courage, as many a teenager can testify.
Singer, who has also pleaded guilty, was expected to testify against them if they had gone to trial.
This will be the first time that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the world’s wealthiest individual, will be testifying before Congress.
Under the reigning interpretation of American antitrust law, the executives who testify this week have little to fear from lawmakers or regulators.
For her to testify that she did not love—and had never loved Jean Baptiste, he knew would be a deliberate falsehood.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
And then today—yesterday you reached your climax by having me go on the stand and testify to a greater lie!
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
And how would the general confederation testify to a glorious work of reformation!
Nor was Africa then, without the evidence of industry, as history will testify.
Growers of Havana tobacco in the Connecticut valley can testify to this, and especially to the increased size of the plants.
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