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  • n. Plural form of eyewitness.


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  • In fact, we were getting reports from a number of sources: eyewitnesses who had been incarcerated in concentration camps begin filtering out in summer 1992 and began giving accounts of atrocities that we could cross-reference with those from other eyewitnessesÂ…. [

    America and the Bosnia Genocide

  • And we called eyewitnesses 'account of what happened in Rangoon.

    CNN Transcript May 16, 2008

  • I found all these so-called eyewitnesses who had testified at the trial, and I interviewed them one by one by one.

    Eating the Dinosaur

  • The prosecution called eyewitnesses, and Brian Scully, the only defendant to be charged in juvenile court, who admits he told Luis Ramirez, "Go home, you Mexican mother-F-er."

    CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2009

  • He was sentenced to death on the basis of nine so-called eyewitnesses, who testified in the trial.

  • Suggs 'attorneys said they would have called eyewitnesses to contradict Williams' claims of abuse. | news

  • So-called eyewitnesses at Port Gregory, north of Geraldton, were interviewed by Glenys McDonald 18,000 days after the sinking, about events far outside their experience. News of the Underwater World

  • Who are Timmerman's "eyewitnesses" and what is the basis for concealing their identities?

    Ali Safavi: Reality Check: Who Are the Factual Journalists?

  • Phil's story rests on the accounts of two "eyewitnesses" who wish to remain anonymous.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Historians searched through hundreds of pages of confessions from "eyewitnesses" only to find that all of them were done under torture.

    Elizabeth Bathory, The Blood Countess


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