Don't you see that it gives us an infallible test for
I am an aspirant to membership in the palace guard," I said, "and from yonder window in the tower where I was confined awaiting the final test for
fitness I saw this brute attack the this woman.
Still, as I look back now over the entire period of our freedom, I cannot help feeling that it would have been wiser if some plan could have been put in operation which would have made the possession of a certain amount of education or property, or both, a test for
the exercise of the franchise, and a way provided by which this test should be made to apply honestly and squarely to both the white and black races.
Mount Sinai Laboratory Develops Accurate Genetic Test for
Those who reported ever having been tested were also asked "What was the main reason you had your test for
This allows the users the flexibility to test for
a given negotiated algorithm and then make subtle changes to the test configuration to test for
more IKE specific problems.
You can determine if you are infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 (HIV-1), the virus that causes AIDS, by taking a test for
the presence of antibodies to the virus.
With acceptance of the VG concept employers, who want to minimize expense while protecting against litigation for using a poorly validated test for
hiring, are more likely to use tests in their employment selection process.
The standard used to test for
fire resistance in building construction is ASTM El19 - fire tests of building construction and materials and ASTM E 108 - fire tests of roof coverings.
felt that two of the questions on her pre-employment test for
New York Life Insurance Co.
Ordinarily, the random inspections will be for the sole purpose of determining whether the laboratory is complying with its Certificate of Waiver by performing only the test for
which the laboratory ahs obtained the certificate.
In addition, because the sample is suspended, not submerged, the process does not test for
the effect of metal pressure.
The Western blot confirmatory test -- the only FDA-approved test for
confirming ELISA results -- was licensed for commercial use in 1987.
Independent testing labs can detail their testing capabilities for prospective clients, and manufacturers can reassure customers (both current and prospective) of their ability to test for
compliance with specified requirements.
Replacing animal tests such as the classic Draize test for
ocular irritancy, described above, "used to be considered a flaky, humane idea," says Henry Spira, a leading spokesman for the movement against animal testing.