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  1. She said Hank could corroborate it.
  2. Let us corroborate that with David (Ps.
  3. I look to Aaron to corroborate my story.
  4. Land of lands and bards to corroborate!.
  5. Ah, but did this not corroborate …? Fine.
  6. Hopefully, they can corroborate our findings.
  7. It would corroborate everything he was claiming.
  8. To corroborate its movement, the analyst uses both.
  9. Then call him, and he can corroborate your identity.
  10. And they do tend to corroborate what Sir Stanley told us.
  11. There can be no theory of any account unless it corroborate the.
  12. For all that, they have it forever in themselves to corroborate far.
  13. What I meant was, nobody can corroborate your alibi, correct?
  14. Problems arise when the investor attempts to corroborate theory with reality.
  15. I was taken into Credit’s dream so that he could corroborate the reality of his.
  16. Witness number two was in the crack house on Turk and Dodge and can corroborate that.
  17. Lloyd, received his answer: it appeared that what he said went to corroborate my account.
  18. They will lie, cheat and help others concoct lies and then corroborate their lies in court.
  19. And in this letter you certainly have a very strong piece of evidence to corroborate your view.
  20. You could of course corroborate this with other indicators discussed in Part I to refine the view.
  21. Other boatmen who have traveled with us can also corroborate what I have told you and the port master.
  22. They were to try to question any refugee that spoke their language, and try to corroborate Drasav�s story.
  23. Another testing method that's more sensitive may be used to corroborate a positive urine drug screening result.
  24. I was nodding emphatically to corroborate everything he was saying, until my jaw dropped when he added something new.
  25. Without notice, Harry had put his fingers on the page in the brief which would corroborate his companion's statements.
  26. To doubt any longer was impossible; there was the evidence of the senses, and ten thousand persons who came to corroborate the testimony.
  27. If the garage surveillance tapes were destroyed, then they probably can't prove what time we left, and her mom can corroborate the story.
  28. Listen Corporal this is very important is there anyone you can think of who can corroborate your story I mean anyone at all? I replied.
  29. This being so, it follows that no one can corroborate or disprove the testimony of the others as to where they were at the time of the murder.
  30. They are predominantly elfish in nature, although a few dwarfish texts do exist and these have been used to try to corroborate the interpretations.
  31. Trooper Jonas looked at the monastics gathered there and simply nodded to them in a non-verbal way as if to ask them to corroborate what the woman was saying if they could.
  32. Though he did not doubt or question the Ashburns and their descriptions, Feltus knew that more witness to corroborate their claims would only solidify his case against Terence.
  33. But as she attempted to do so, she felt that he would not believe her; that her explanation would only tend to corroborate the suspicion, and her tears welled up in her throat, and she became silent.
  34. Several of the dead man's possessions—notably a small case of razors—had been found in the valet's boxes, but he explained that they had been presents from the deceased, and the housekeeper was able to corroborate the story.
  35. I can't discount the possibility that this can be a hallucination on my part born of my desire to achieve extra-Kassidorian contact, but if there is some chance that the story of the guy in Zhlindu is true, it would corroborate.
  36. He would need to work at an accelerated rate with his first duty being to sort out some of the details in his mind concerning the time frame then to find some other witnesses who could corroborate Elizabeth’s description of Terence Underwood.
  37. Given that he was offering this information freely and that he stood nothing to gain by lying, it was highly unlikely that he was fabricating his allegations—so long as they could corroborate what he had already learned from the bed-and-breakfast.
  38. Regardless of the inconsistencies, Brian Walston was arrested and charged by the police with conspiracy to commit murder, based upon the considerable volume of evidence provided by those witnesses whose testimony did corroborate Caroline’s deposition.
  39. What tends to corroborate this opinion is, that on these high grounds we find limestone and other rocks, and indications of gypsum; but no alluvion, and none of those fragments and ruins which are produced by water acting mechanically upon a country for a long space of time.
  40. At last, when he appealed by name to Monsieur Lorry, an English gentleman then and there present, who, like himself, had been a witness on that English trial and could corroborate his account of it, the Jury declared that they had heard enough, and that they were ready with their votes if the President were content to receive them.
  41. Jackson)—no man is better informed on this subject—would he venture his property on the ocean in a trade contravening those orders? I would ask him further, would Brown and Ives, merchants, as remarkable for their prudence as for their enterprise, and for their capital as either; would they send their vessels to the Continent of Europe? I believe their opinion would corroborate the opinion of Mr.
  42. On the other hand, the fact that instincts are not always absolutely perfect and are liable to mistakes; that no instinct can be shown to have been produced for the good of other animals, though animals take advantage of the instincts of others; that the canon in natural history, of "Natura non facit saltum," is applicable to instincts as well as to corporeal structure, and is plainly explicable on the foregoing views, but is otherwise inexplicable—all tend to corroborate the theory of natural selection.
  43. The doctrine that our eternal life is in the Christ will, as the experience of many now attests, corroborate that faith which 'conquers the world’—a faith which, rooted in stable conviction, will not forsake men in difficulties, will seem not less true when beset with temptation than when the heart is 'lifted up in the ways of the Lord;’ not less true when we look upon the thoughtless crowds of great cities, or the brazen face of apostate Christendom, than when we muse in secret, or gaze on the sweet countenance of Nature.
  44. They corroborate as they go only whatever corroborates themselves,.
  1. This could be valuable and corroborating.
  2. Corroborating forever the triumph of things.
  3. Somehow I saw them as corroborating my visions.
  4. P, we have two corroborating statements of an incident.
  5. I’m sure there is more corroborating evidence that I have not.
  6. Josephus makes mention others facts, corroborating the scripture.
  7. Thom was trying to tune them out but Darryl said, Thom has corroborating data.
  8. One of the corroborating techniques is to analyze economic profit for the potential.
  9. This tentative thought brought to my attention corroborating evidence that would strike me dumb.
  10. Though he would have liked more corroborating data for either situation, he was pleased by the numbers.
  11. Confronted with photos and corroborating evidence of their sins, her rivals shut down and retreated into a smoldering truce.
  12. There were the photos provided by Robinson, his corroborating testimony, the computer files showing the online gambling and the debts, the financial paper trail.
  13. At the time I found this strong corroborating evidence that the bear market crowd of 2002 was about to disintegrate and that the stock market’s low was at hand.
  14. This notebook is worthless – I’m sorry Beth – but it is, because it mentions Gordon in connection with cocaine and there isn’t other corroborating evidence.
  15. The corroborating historical, geological, and scientific evidence suggests that a great flood and ice age occurred around the same time period as Noah and corresponds.
  16. Unless you sign this confession and provide whatever corroborating testimony is required to see that my brother is fully exonerated, you will be tried, convicted, and put to death.
  17. After reading through China Energy’s SEC documents and web sites and corroborating as much of Northernlight’s story as he could, Hill was convinced it was a good time to get in.
  18. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree first physical evidence of cannibalism among the and told the kids that whoever got there first won the desperate population, corroborating written accounts sweet fruits.
  19. Rushworth might imagine it a blessing; but every other heart was sinking under some degree of self-condemnation or undefined alarm, every other heart was suggesting, "What will become of us? what is to be done now?" It was a terrible pause; and terrible to every ear were the corroborating sounds of opening doors and passing footsteps.
  20. Whilst I take pleasure in doing justice to the councils of His Britannic Majesty, which, no longer adhering to the policy which made an abandonment by France of her decrees a prerequisite to a revocation of the British orders, have substituted the amicable course which has issued thus happily, I cannot do less than refer to the proposal heretofore made on the part of the United States, embracing a like restoration of the suspended commerce, as a proof of the spirit of accommodation which has at no time been intermitted, and to the result which now calls for our congratulations, as corroborating the principles by which the public councils have been guided during a period of the most trying embarrassments.
  21. In such an instance as this, will it be said that after this measure has been sanctioned by Congress on full deliberation and debate; after the bill establishing this bank had received the approbation of the President, who reserved his signature to it till the last moment permitted by the constitution, and after he had viewed the question with all its bearings in every attitude it could be presented, after full consultation with his Cabinet Ministers and others of high intellectual character; after the law thus sanctioned by the Legislature and the President has been acquiesced in and practised on for the space of twenty years, when it has been considered inviolable, and corroborating laws passed during the administration and legislation of different dominant political parties; when those laws have been sanctioned by the solemn adjudication of all our judges, both of the General and State Governments; to suppose that all these considerations are to have no influence as to putting to rest a constitutional question which was doubtful in its origin, is to be skeptical and scrupulous beyond all reasonable bound.
  1. This was corroborated.
  2. Court corroborated the claim.
  3. He corroborated the old woman.
  4. But it can all be corroborated.
  5. It was later corroborated by the Bureau.
  6. We both nearly corroborated in our motions.
  7. This fact has been corroborated by one of the.
  8. His gay, contented appearance corroborated this report.
  9. Research has corroborated the wide availability of low.
  10. All his senses and instincts corroborated that single message.
  11. On being appealed to, he corroborated Dick Wantley's statement.
  12. The pilot, Bowyer, corroborated the testimony of Captain Smith.
  13. Del Rio as her attacker, a statement that cannot be corroborated.
  14. The concept was speculative until the 1980s, when it was corroborated by.
  15. Uh-huh! Correct! corroborated Buck, surveying her in increasing triumph.
  16. Whatever I said there, was corroborated by a professor who taught Buddhism in.
  17. My testimony, corroborated by Nic, was confirmed by my daughter and her friend.
  18. Although these findings were repeated and corroborated by many investigators, many.
  19. Veronica felt that Moshe had probably gone to see if her story corroborated with Jack’s.
  20. We say corroborated, because the brigadier was too experienced to be convinced by a single proof.
  21. Literally hundreds of scientists had corroborated this cycle from proxy studies all over the world.
  22. Robert Kat the bobcat corroborated what Harry said, licking his chops, staring hungrily at the rabbit.
  23. No; it was a sense that, despite her love, as corroborated by Izz's admission, the facts had not changed.
  24. Before then, it was an unprovable construct whose obvious reality was corroborated by all of our senses.
  25. The problem was that, according to Clagett, the gun camera films from those two pilots corroborated their claims.
  26. The lady's story certainly seems to be corroborated, if it needed corroboration, by every detail which we see before us.
  27. There were reports of inadequate sheet-pile floodwall length, but when some of these were pulled, this was not corroborated.
  28. I can, we spent the day at the investor conference within the EICC which can be corroborated, then we took a taxi back to the hotel.
  29. A sentence near its end stated that a disinterested third party, Beth Tierney, an American tourist, had corroborated critical information.
  30. A servant at the squire's house was compelled to admit that he had heard his master return about three that morning, which corroborated Mrs.
  31. As the stories were corroborated again and again, it became clear that these events had been commonplace in camps throughout Japan’s empire.
  32. A subsequent investigation corroborated it to the extent of finding out the vessel in which his brother Ernest Lana had come over from South America.
  33. Puller had briefly been a suspect until Veronica Knox had shown up and corroborated that he had been with her up until a few minutes past eleven that night.
  34. We are taught to rely upon so-called objective thinking, and to distrust our own feelings, which cannot be corroborated and therefore leave us standing alone.
  35. Though it may not be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, the explanation is usually corroborated by overwhelming evidence that points to only one possible conclusion.
  36. It hadn't been corroborated, yet; in her case, he had thought it would be just a formality, but when he mentioned the necessity of this corroboration, her reaction surprised him.
  37. The ruling stated that although the evidence was not entirely conclusive, he was indicted for conspiracy to commit murder based upon the considerable material that had been corroborated.
  38. Although her attitude was one of rather sleepy repose, there were signs of a hasty rearrangement of the mise en scène, which corroborated the aural evidence which reached him in the hall.
  39. The logic behind such a strategy which is corroborated by our confirmed information, is that should these two prominent figures be neutralized, any amount of effective resistance will cease to be.
  40. Agkistrodon mokasen of Beauvois; which opinion is not a little corroborated by an actual comparison of one of these animals in Peale's Museum, with the descriptions of the authors above mentioned.
  41. Though it had been suggested he had made his fortune in a business providing company of lovely ladies for lonely men, his links to any form of prostitution had never been established or corroborated.
  42. The page Caroline said she sent to Frazer had been recorded by the company’s computer, and the fact that Brian had met in the bar a man with white hair and wearing Western-style clothing, was also corroborated.
  43. Well, Buster said as he prepared to deliver his qualified opinion, I don’t really know; they’re all logical and highly possible, but I can say that the last theory could be flawed or corroborated by a couple things, depending on how you look at it.
  44. Though our senses are not designed to perceive all of these various kinds of splitting: the inevitable conclusion that not only Energy… but also Time and Space, do in fact split, have split, and are still splitting… is corroborated by every verified fact that Science has been able to gather so far.
  45. This current economic model possesses serious systemic errors because it is based on the destruction for the consumption to generate income and mistakenly to move the economy; this destruction is corroborated in any country because it was built in a botchy way, which creates economic fundamentals with harmful results.
  46. Though this interpretation of the vision would probably not be substantial evidence to duly convict a man in a court of law, it was certainly a plausible explanation even if it was open to debate as a result of the reverend’s apparent devoutness that would be corroborated by a plethora of witnesses from his congregation.
  47. Though he would very much like to trap her in her inconsistency, Feltus believed that Lord Ashburn, who himself did not have a corroborated alibi for the time of the murder, was completely unaware of his wife’s late-night escapades and would, as a Southern gentleman, maintain the decency of not embarrassing the lady in front of her husband.
  48. But I must be content with only one more and a concluding illustration; a remarkable and most significant one, by which you will not fail to see, that not only is the most marvellous event in this book corroborated by plain facts of the present day, but that these marvels (like all marvels) are mere repetitions of the ages; so that for the millionth time we say amen with Solomon—Verily there is nothing new under the sun.
  49. Subsequent to our findings, investigators both here and abroad corroborated our findings,.
  1. That corroborates what.
  2. This corroborates von Mises’.
  3. That corroborates my account of what my.
  4. What he did to her corroborates my account of what he did.
  5. As well as outside testimony that corroborates his intentions.
  6. But if he corroborates your story he won't be turned over to them.
  7. Only my husband and I have seen it, but still – it corroborates my.
  8. Well, there is quite a bit of that going on, yes, hesitantly corroborates the visitor, but.
  9. Besides, what Alberuni saw around the time of Mahmud’s onslaught on India corroborates Thapar’s account of it.
  10. Sandler corroborates Kennedy’s story and says that he was with Kennedy when Faye Farmer stomped off, Dedrick said.
  11. Because the appeal allowed by law from the decision of the district courts to the circuit courts, while it corroborates the construction which regards a judge of the one court, as clothed with a new office, by being constituted a judge of the other, submits for correction erroneous judgments, not to superior or other judges, but to the erring individual himself, acting as sole judge in the appellate court.
  12. They corroborate as they go only whatever corroborates themselves,.

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