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sworn statement/evidence/testimony etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsworn statement/evidence/testimony etcsworn statement/evidence/testimony etcENEMYa statement etc that someone makes after officially promising to tell the truth sworn
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sworn statement/evidence/testimony etcThis meant that sworn statements by Mitchell, Stans and others would not be made public before the election.The application was based on a sworn statement from a lay midwife who said she attended his birth in La Paloma.The reports were based on sworn statements of graduates of the camp, whose seven-month training including the use of explosives.Years later her parents made a sworn statement testifying that the couple had met in July 1917.This is confirmed by her not going against her sworn statement, unlawfully though it had been extracted from her.
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