todistus englanniksi   proof fi, warrant fi, attestation fi, testimony fi, acknowledgement fi, certificate fi, witness fi


*: But the false Fox most kindly played his part,

*: For whatsoever mother-wit or art

*: Could work he put in proof. No practice sly,

*: No counterpoint of cunning policy,

*: No reach, no breach, that might him profit bring.

*: But he the same did to his purpose wring.

*: France I more praise and love; you are, my lord,

*: Yourself for horsemanship much famed; and there

*: You shall have many proofs to shew your skill.

*: A given quantity of the spirits was poured upon a quantity of gunpowder in a dish and set on fire. If at the end of the combustion, the gunpowder continued dry enough, it took fire and exploded; but if it had been wetted by the water in the spirits, the flame of the alcohol went out without setting the powder on fire. This was called the proof.

*: Ill have some proof.

*: It was a grand sentence of Emanuel Swedenborg, which would alone indicate the greatness of that mans perception, — "It is no proof of a mans understanding to be able to confirm whatever he pleases; but to be able to discern that what is true is true, and that what is false is false, this is the mark and character of intelligence."

*: Faith, faith is an island in the setting sun

*: But proof, yes

*: Proof is the bottom line for everyone

*: But the chaste damzell, that had never priefe / Of such malengine and fine forgerye, / Did easely beleeve her strong extremitye.

: rfquotek|Shakespeare

: a proof load; a proof charge

: proof against harm

: waterproof; bombproof.

*: And opportunity I here have had / To try thee, sift thee, and confess have found thee / Proof against all temptation as a rock / Of adamant, and, as a centre, firm :

*: This was a good, ?tout proof article of faith, pronounced under an anathema, by the venerable fathers of this philo?ophick ?ynod.

*: And whanne I sawe her makynge suche dole / I asked her who slewe her lorde ¶ Syre she said the falsest knyght of the world now lyuyng.../ and his name is sir Breuse saunce pyte / thenne for pyte I made the damoysel to lepe on her palfroy / and I promysed her to be her waraunt / and to helpe her to entyere her lord

*: He almost gives his failings as a warrant for his greatness.

: ux|en|an arrest warrant issued by Thai supreme court

*: all honest meanes for a man to warrant himselfe from evils are not onely tolerable, but commendable.

*: His pure tight skin was an excellent fit; and closely wrapped up in it, and embalmed with inner health and strength, like a revivified Egyptian, this Starbuck seemed prepared to endure for long ages to come, and to endure always, as now; for be it Polar snow or torrid sun, like a patent chronometer, his interior vitality was warranted to do well in all climates.

*: Thus the red damask curtains which now shut out the fog-laden, drizzling atmosphere of the Marylebone Road, had cost a mere song, and yet they might have been warranted to last another thirty years. A great bargain also had been the excellent Axminster carpet which covered the floor;nb....

: ux|en|That tree is going to fall, Ill warrant.

*: Crato, in a consultation of his for a noble patient, tells him plainly, that if his highness will keep but a good diet, he will warrant him his former health.

: ux|en|I am warranted to search these premises fully.

: ux|en|Circumstances arose that warranted the use of lethal force.

*: So something must have been developing over long periods empty of attestation; and whatever it was, it must (by principles to be discussed in the next section) have been a language of the usual kind.

*: For each word, the date of its first attestation in the English language, as documented in the Oxford English Dictionary, and its frequency of occurrence in the British National Corpus are given.

*: Furthermore, the first attestations given in the OED are not always the earliest attestations in print; since the first edition was finished in 1928, many earlier and later examples have been identified, and these will be incorporated into the third edition, currently underway (see Durkin 2002 for a discussion of how much this is likely to change the dates of attestation in the OED as a whole).

*: [Thou] for the testimony of truth, hast borne / Universal reproach.

*: When ye depart thence, shake off the dust under your feet for a testimony against them.

: a wedding invitations acknowledgement

: See Wikipedia article on [[w:transmission (telecommunications)|transmission]]

: She can bear witness, since she was there at the time.

*: May we with ... the witness of a good conscience, pursue him with any further revenge?

: As a witness to the event, I can confirm that he really said that.

*: Thyself art witness I am betrothed.

*: Upon my looking round, I was witness to appearances which filled me with melancholy and regret.

: The witness for the prosecution did not seem very credible.

*: Laban said to Jacob, ... This heap be witness, and this pillar be witness.

: This certificate witnesses his presence on that day.

: He witnessed the accident.

*: This is but a faint sketch of the incalculable calamities and horrors we must expect, should we ever witness the triumphs of modern infidelity.

*: General Washington did not live to witness the restoration of peace.

*: Instead, Niebuhrs God was the God witnessed to in the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament, the Bible of the Christian world.

: to witness a bond or a deed

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