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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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It has set up the test station at Bina through a unique public-private partnership where all ultra-high voltage equipment have been developed indigenously by a consortium of manufacturers based in India.
Each station operates independently; there is no cross-contamination potential between test stations.
The news has been greeted by despair from workers who accused the firm of failing to invest in the test station.
"Only through the dedicated efforts of our equipment maintenance technicians, test station operators and Production Engineering Directorate personnel could we achieve this accomplishment.
An X-ray stress-measurement system recently fitted to NIST's metal-stamping test station will allow scientists to map multi-directional stresses and strains as sheets of steel and other metals are punched, stretched or otherwise shaped.
announces version 2.3 of its NWA Quality Monitor software for SPC charting and automating test station data collection on the manufacturing plant floor and in the lab.
Naval Ordnance Test Station, located at the Inyokern Naval Auxiliary Air Station, was officially established at this site.
The model CS20310C wireless LAN/Bluetooth test station features 100 MHz of real-time bandwidth and 4 CB of memory.
Labsphere, Inc., North Sutton, NH, is offering its MoniLED-LTS life test station featuring a complete turnkey solution for high volume testing of light emitting diodes (LEDs).
In addition, as engines reach the mid-point on the line, they need to be transferred to an off-line test station for cold testing.
As the FCC prepares to vote next week to authorize voluntary implementation of the new Next Gen TV broadcast standard, the broadcasting and consumer technology industries are collaborating on a "living laboratory" ATSC 3.0 test station in Cleveland.