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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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When their symptoms persisted, they underwent further evaluation and treatment based on the results of serial dilution quantitative intradermal skin testing.
Paige is one of Bush's most vocal proponents and is perhaps most remembered for his appearance on 60 Minutes, when he derided teachers who complained about the testing mania in Texas, implying that dissenters were afraid of hard work and accountability.
For the past 25 years, Force has been intimately involved in developmental testing of future aircraft technologies and modifications.
Sacks provides a comprehensive overview, starting with the origins of standardized testing early in this century as a way to measure intelligence and provide data for theories about the intellectual superiority of Northern European whites.
The blood or saliva sample is then added to a plastic testing device containing a special type of paper.
Of the six fundamental phases of your firm's Y2K compliance initiative - inventorying your systems, determining which will be affected, assessing your risk, remediating, testing and implementing changed programs - testing is one of the stickiest.
During outbreaks of SARS and H5N1, a laboratory protocol was established to notify the on-call laboratory professional when a sample was received for testing for 1 of these pathogens (Figure).
LABORATORY & TESTING EQUIPMENT, CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
Because NCLB mandates testing in major subject areas for students and using test results to determine if groups of students, teachers, and schools perform at proficient levels, schools have placed major emphases on testing, preparing for the tests, and aligning curricula, programs, course offerings, and support services with the tests.
Survey respondents were 23-29-year-old men who were recruited at venues frequented by men who have sex with men; those who agreed to participate completed standard interviews, had blood drawn for HIV testing, received HIV counseling and, if appropriate, were given a referral for care.
The day before testing, patients must consume only liquids and must empty their bowels completely using medicines that sometimes cause nausea.

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