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  • It was wished to retemper for him the sword of the constable Duguesclin; and it was hoped that a statue erected to his honour would at once attest to posterity his spotless glory and the gratitude of the Bourbons.

    The Memoirs of Napoleon

  • Besides the Cathars, the region was, and always has been, a centre of alchemy, and several villages attest to the alchemical preoccupations of its former residents, notably Alet-les-Bains near Limoux, where the houses are still decorated with esoteric symbolism.

    The Templar Revelation

  • As the only one sitting at this table who has been to Graceland, I can attest to its non-lameness.

    Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour

  • According to Dr. Julian Whitaker, director of the Whitaker Wellness Institute and editor of the newsletter Health and Healing, more than eight thousand clinical studies attest to the protective effects of individual antioxidant vitamins, minerals, and extracts from mushrooms, herbs, and other medicinal plants.

    The Truth About Beauty

  • Loyal followers of Teri Crane, aptly naming her the “the Potty Pro,” attest to her creative methods in achieving dry underwear.

    pottytrain your child in just one day

  • St. Brendan's and St. Cronan's abbeys at Birr and Roscrea may be named amongst hundreds of churches, schools, and hermitages, which covered Killaloe like a network and which in their decay attest to the devotion to the Catholic Faith of the far-famed Dalgais.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

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