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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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By focusing on what is tested, educators have a clear target.
Fifty-four percent of the sample had had an HIV test within the last year, and 46% had had one longer ago or had never been tested.
Other important factors are the dielectric quality of the material being tested, the type of defect that is being tested and the operating parameters of the testing equipment for characterization, such as the frequency, the amplitude, the wave shape and the voltage.
While the DOT decreased the number of employees who had to be tested for alcohol from 25 percent to 10 percent, Stephens says the school stuck with 25 percent as a safety precaution.
Certification is applied to the overall system if all critical interfaces have been properly implemented and tested. Interoperability status represents the extent to which a system is interoperable with respect to the elements of the NR-KPP, information exchanges, and other defined interoperability requirements.
The 35- to 45-minute tests, which closely mirror the content tested on Tennessee's TCAP tests, immediately rate a child's performance as red, indicating serious deficits, yellow indicating that progress is being made, or green signaling mastery.
All 11 ABCS core systems will be tested under realistic operational conditions with trained operators using the unit's standing operating procedures (SOPs) and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP).
Test scripts are specifically designed scenarios that enable the product developer to quickly set up and run tests specifically targeted to the product being tested. For example, the developer can specify an "IP Phone" test and immediately a test script will generate traffic designed to test an IP phone application.
Is the NTBU (Not Tested By Us) phenomenon alive and well at your place?
In STARHS, persons who have tested positive with the usual antibody test have a portion of their serum saved for a second antibody test, deliberately made less sensitive (it is sometimes called the "detuned assay").
All but three of the surfaces tested were filled with various sand/rubber mixtures.
Watching the screen tests, we're being tested: Will we, the viewers, comprehend what we see, or will we scoff, walk away, give up this chance for vision?