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noun archetype, case in point, cross section, documentum, ensample, example, exemplar, exemplification, exemplum, guide, illustration, instance, model, original, paradigm, prototype, representation, representative, reppesentative selection, showpiece, specimen, standard of comparison, swatch, typical example
See also: case, check, cross section, example, exemplary, illustration, instance, model, paradigm, partake, pattern, poll, prototype, representative, specimen

sample (sale by, implied term)

a contract of sale is a sale by sample where there is an express or implied term to that effect in the contract. Where there is a sale by sample there is an implied condition:
  1. (1) that the bulk will correspond with the sample in quality;
  2. (2) that the buyer will have a reasonable opportunity of comparing the bulk with the sample;
  3. (3) that the goods will be free from any defect, rendering them unacceptable, which would not be apparent on reasonable examination of the sample.

If a sale is by sample as well as by description, it is not sufficient that the bulk corresponds with the sample if the goods do not also correspond with the description. It is the duty of the seller to make the sample available to the buyer for comparison.

SAMPLE, contracts. A small quantity of any commodity or merchandise, exhibited as a specimen of a larger quantity called the bulk. (q.v.)
     2. When a sale is made by sample, and it afterwards turns out that the bulk does not correspond with it, the purchaser is not, in general, bound to take the property on a compensation being made to him for the difference. 1 Campb. R. 113; vide 2 East, 314; 4, Campb. R. 22; 12 Wend. 566 9 Wend. 20; 6 Cowen, 354; 12 Wend. 413. See 5 John. R. 395.

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Fasting blood samples are limited in their ability to detect disease by their failure to detect postprandial lipoproteins.
In conclusion, our findings indicate that measurement of biomarkers in fasting blood samples may be useful for identifying reduced glucose tolerance, insulin sensitivity, and insulin secretion--metabolic disturbances all linked to T2DM risk.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: Fasting blood samples were obtained and stored from a cross-section of 112 cardiac transplant recipients attending the Mayo cardiac transplant clinic in 2000 to 2001, mean of 4.
Most of the women had participated in the clinical trial portion of the study and provided fasting blood samples at the start of the study (i.
Plasma glucose, plasma insulin, total and free testosterone, follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, estradiol, and sex hormone-binding globulin levels were measured in fasting blood samples, and biochemical and hormonal analyses were performed for all study participants.
Fasting blood samples traditionally have been recommended for plasma homocysteine measurement because postprandial changes produce a modest decrease in the first hours and an increase after 8 h (7, 8).
and published in the September, 2002 issue of the journal Metabolism, compared fasting blood samples from approximately 100 subjects over an eight-week period.