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Oh and they also have tennis courts at the hotel but you have to pay for those by the hour

Do you have tennis courts for example

I exchanged some remarks with him therefore and obtained his courteous permission to write the short note which you afterwards received

Everyone in the court could see that Sydney Carton and Charles Damay were indeed very similar.

He remembered Lucie Manette's worried face when she watched Darnay in court.

A judicial spokesman said a court sentenced Amiri to death.

Iran's Supreme Court upheld the sentence.

By courtesy of his creditors, there still remained in his possession a small remnant of his patrimony;

So one of the old court ladies had to watch the next night by the Princessbed, to see if this was really a dream, or what it might be.

In the morning early came the King and Queen, the old court lady and all the officers, to see where it was the Princess had been.

Soon afterwards the emperor sent another honest courtier to the weavers to see how they were getting on, and if the cloth was nearly finished.

With a number of courtiers, including the two who had already been there, he went to the two clever swindlers, who now worked as hard as they could, but without using any thread.

everybody seemed to be delighted, and the emperor appointed the two swindlers Imperial Court weavers.

Indeed! said all the courtiers; but they could not see anything, for there was nothing to be seen.

The tree first recovered itself while being unpacked in the courtyard of a house, with several other trees;

Then it was carried down stairs and taken into the courtyard so quickly, that it forgot to think of itself, and could only look about, there was so much to be seen.

The court was close to a garden, where everything looked blooming.

In the same courtyard two of the merry children were playing who had danced round the tree at Christmas, and had been so happy.

Eyewitness accounts can sound very convincing in court but in fact according to research, they are often unreliable.

Karen Newirth also says that people expect eyewitness testimony or spoken statements in court.

Do you think that's true, Catherine? Yes and it's the most commonly used evidence brought against criminal defendants in court, even though they are often inaccurate.