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There are many exceptions to these general statements.
According to various circumstances a witness is one who is personally present and sees some act or occurrence and can bear testimony thereto; one who on request or in behalf of a party subscribes his name to an instrument to attest the genuineness of its execution; one who gives testimony on the trial of a cause, appearing before a court, judge, or other official to be examined under oath.
The espousals of Catholics ("Ne temere") to be binding must be in writing, signed by the contracting parties and ordinarily by two witnesses, or by a pastor or ordinary, each within his own territory, as sole witnesses.
One who is present, bears testimony, furnishes evidence or proof.
Witnesses are employed in various ecclesiastical matters, as in civil, in proof of a statement, fact, or contract.He was a devil, everyone agreed, a tartar, a tyrant, a bawling, blasphemous, uncharitable dog.