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test

noun analysis, audit, check, checkup, effort, examination, experience, experiment, exploration, inquest, inquiry, inquisition, inspection, interrogation, observation, questioning, quiz, research, scrutiny, search, study, survey, trial, try, tryout
Associated concepts: blood test, clear and present danger test, compelling state interest test, prudent man test, right from wrong test, substantial evidence test
See also: attempt, canon, check, criterion, endeavor, experiment, indagation, inquiry, poll, question, research, survey, trial, try, venture

TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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Require emergency exits to remain closed during the rollover test and operable after the test.
If the computer clock reads 2000 - as most operating systems running on standard PC hardware should - then it passed the rollover test.
The vehicle has received five stars in the front impact test, side impact test and the rollover test.
It, as well as four other three-star-ranked SINs, also tipped up on two wheels during the rollover test.
The vehicle received four stars in the frontal crash test and rollover test, and earned five stars in overall driver safety, side barrier and side pole crashes.
14) The pending bill requires NHTSA to develop and implement a dynamic rollover test program for the vans--one that tests real-world performance--and include the vehicles in the NCAP program.
During a 1992 rollover test, Honda found that a seat-belted driver would strike his or her head on the Integra's roof but performed no further testing in an attempt to protect drivers from this hazard.
The model also performed well in high-speed front and side-impact tests, a rollover test and evaluations of the seat and head restraints, all of which are requirements for the Top Safety Pick award.
Ford hired defense experts from Exponent, an engineering firm commonly used by big automotive companies in lawsuits, to conduct a dolly rollover test.
While it is true that the government has not yet formally adopted a specific rollover test, it has sponsored an extensive study on the reliability of various test methods and how well they predict rollovers, and has proposed a rule that would require all automakers to conduct two tests that some manufacturers and plaintiff experts have used to evaluate rollovers.
They must have performed adequately if included in a government or insurance-industry crash test, or in a government rollover test.