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BILL, TRUE. A true bill is an indictment approved of by a grand jury. Vide Billa Vera; True Bill.

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To commence, we construct the embedding of the image in the neutrosophic domain; in which the image is mapped into three different levels, describing the levels of trueness, falseness and indeterminacy.
Comparison of error model with uncertainty model showing measures used for analytical characteristics of trueness, accuracy, and precision.
Control materials are not and never have been intended to verify the "trueness" of patient test results--only whether the test system is working within specification or not.
Precision and Trueness. Measurement "trueness" is an expression of how close the mean of an infinite number of results (produced by the method) is to a reference value.
In particular, the most striking differences are relative to a sharp reduction of the response time, a clear improvement of the intermediate precision and of the stability of the biosensor, and also to a quantitative recovery in the trueness evaluation.
Measured PACs and Test for Assessing Trueness. The study for comparison among the investigated extraction methods was carried out to evaluate the performance of the developed procedure by agitation/sonication.
Based on ICH Q2 and EMA guidelines, we validated the following characteristics: linearity, trueness, precision, and accuracy, as shown in Table 4.
Tennyson had noted the trueness of the pitch, though.
The trueness of cash waqf, narrated from Imam Ahmad, God' s mercy on him, favored by Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah, God's mercy on him,: Narrated Ismail Bin Saeed said: I asked Ahmed for endowment?
"The liquidation of people in the street is an unjustified crime, even if we assume the trueness of the Israeli narrative, but it is questionable", added the statement.
The trueness is also better for instruments with SDD because the high energy resolution of the usable signal is less susceptible to influence from the background or adjacent fluorescence lines.