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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of eyewitness.


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  • I would submit that there is a difference in dying for something you believe in based on what someone else told you verses dying for something you had eyewitnessed first hand.

    Darwin's God

  • A local resident who eyewitnessed the scene, said that at about 3: 00 pm on

    Cambodia: UN Memorandum re Executions

  • Vlogger Alun, the originator of the whole activity, eyewitnessed the process of the government aid and published another two relevant videos in his blog.

    China: Vlogger Helped Child Labor Back to School

  • In this case, we eyewitnessed an attack on our soldiers attacked while cameras were rolling, getting shot and bleeding all over the place.

    60 Minutes Goes "Imbedded" in Afghanistan

  • Wolsey talks as if he himself had witnessed everything, eyewitnessed it, and in a sense he has, for the recent past arranges itself only in the patterns acknowledged by his superior mind, and agreeable to his eye.

    Cromwell & Wolsey: From 'Wolf Hall'

  • Many folks eyewitnessed this horrible accident, which emergency crews say this tractor trailer crossed the median.

    CNN Transcript Jul 27, 2007

  • He was an eyewitness, and in fact, other people also eyewitnessed this, as well, at the airport terminal.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2007

  • Among those who eyewitnessed this tragedy in Minneapolis today, I-Reporter Jay Austin who lives only about five blocks away from the 35 W Bridge.

    CNN Transcript Aug 2, 2007

  • Our affiliate, TVA, which is the French Canadian television station, is reporting that students eyewitnessed a shooting taking place inside the school.

    CNN Transcript Sep 13, 2006

  • How bloody was this battle for the U.S. troops that you just eyewitnessed?

    CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2006


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