WITNESS


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This did not seem to encourage the witness at all: he kept shifting from one foot to the other, looking uneasily at the Queen, and in his confusion he bit a large piece out of his teacup instead of the bread-and-butter.
Upon that he opened his pocketbook (which the witness described minutely) and turned out the contents on the table.
He had known the last witness seven or eight years; that was merely a coincidence.
The next witness proved the finding of the knife near the corpse.
You had better be careful, Sir,' said the little judge, with a sinister look at the witness.
If counsel for the defense chose to let the statement stand so, he would not call him to the witness stand.
But there is no need of any witness, said Polemarchus, for Thrasymachus himself acknowledges that rulers may sometimes command what is not for their own interest, and that for subjects to obey them is justice.
Sir Walter Cowdray allowed an impressive interval, during which the witness looked down, and for all his usual composure seemed to have more than his usual pallor.
He made the President understand that the evidence of a witness who had slept at the Glandier during the whole of that eventful week could not be omitted, and the present witness, moreover, had come to name the real murderer.
Irwine is to be a witness himself, by and by, on her side, you know, to speak to her character and bringing up.
He ever beheld ME: on such a witness I would have revenge--or not live myself.
A second witness testified to having seen him wearing "a blue coat with silver buttons, a red waistcoat, black shag breeches, tartan hose, and a feathered hat, with a big coat, dun coloured," a costume referred to by one of the counsel as "French cloathes which were remarkable.