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.
Our systematic approach to screening requests to test for
agents with the potential to threaten global health can prevent arbitrary decision making, reduce inappropriate testing, and increase the value of laboratory consultation.
When she learned that a blood test for
colorectal cancer was under development, she warmed to the idea of being screened.
Another format is to test for
the consistency of permeability.
Even supposedly simple targets for replacement, such as the Draize test for
eye irritation, have proved difficult to model in vitro and progress through successful external validation despite major efforts by the European Centre for the Validation of Alternatives (ECVAM), industry trade associations, individual companies, and academia.
Students take the ThinkLink tests three times each year: in the fall they measure content from the previous year; mid-year they test content that will be on that year's summative test; and about six weeks before the year-end summative test for
predictions about whether the child will reach proficiency.
Note that STARHS only applies to persons who have tested positive with the regular HIV test--not those picked up only by a direct test for
the virus, whose serum would certainly show up negative on the detuned test used for STARHS.
Most secondary-school teachers test for
low-level competencies because that is what they teach.
In addition to questions about HIV and AIDS knowledge and attitudes, participants were asked "As far as you know, have you ever had your blood tested for HIV?" Those who reported ever having been tested were also asked "What was the main reason you had your test for
HIV?" Respondents who answered "just to find out if infected," "routine check-up," "doctor referral," "sex partner referral," "because of pregnancy," "because I am at risk" or "other" were considered to have been tested voluntarily; those who were tested because of illness, hospitalization or surgery, or for insurance, employment, a marriage license, military service, immigration or occupational exposure were considered to have been tested involuntarily.
So network administrators test for
flaws, guard against intrusion and put in load balancers.
This is a common test for
structural members, or parts that will be subjected to very high weight and force applications.
The IRS notes, however, that even if the tax year fails in some later year to qualify as a permitted year under the original test for
which it granted approval (e.g., the 25%-gross-receipts test), the taxpayer would not have to change its existing tax year if it can demonstrate that the year is permitted under some other test (e.g., the annual-business-cycle test).
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.
The J750k, an expansion to the successful INTEGRA J750 Family of test systems, offers the lowest cost of test for
low-end semiconductor devices.