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|1.||'' Some extremists will mourn bin Laden, and it is regrettable that he was not captured to stand trial for crimes for which he brazenly took credit.||1|
|2.||'' Some extremists will mourn bin Laden, and it is regrettable that he was not captured to stand trial for crimes for which he brazenly took credit.This website/mourn.html||1|
|3.||"After much trial and error, we found a formula which fitted, " wrote Tench, who had nothing to do with the Brown case but discovered the italicized letters when studying the ruling.||1|
|4.||"Do those who organised this show trial think that the nation will remain silent to slaughter the nation's best?" it asked.||1|
|5.||"He has written what would have happened if Jesus had had a fair trial, " a friend told The Daily Telegraph's Mandrake column .||1|
|6.||"It was a parody of a trial, " said one observer.||1|
|7.||"Nothing is going to change," said a defiant Miller after his trial.||1|
|8.||"The simple truth is: one size does not fit all, " says Salim Abdool Karim, epidemiologist at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and a leader of the successful microbicide trial.||1|
|9.||"the vehicle race treasure" the trials, the automobile paste the membrane big game, lets the audience enjoy relaxedly automobile the pleasure which brings to the life.||1|
|10.||"To Convict and Punish illegitimately"is one of the composing articles of the criminal codes of the Qing Imperial Code, which mainly was used to restrict officials in trials.||1|
|11.||"We are excited to see results from both the U. K. choroideremia study and the forthcoming U. S. trial, " says Dr.||1|
|12.||"We're always interested in new activities, " explains Maite Vicuna, president of the Basque Naturist Association, who attended a trial run of the naked gym last week.||1|
|13.||"Yet, this trial continues to support the notion that lymphadenectomy can provide important prognostic information and can help guide adjuvant treatment recommendations, " they conclude.||1|
|14.||"You've got a huge chasm between F.D.A. licensure and a clinical events trial, " said Dr. Allen J. Taylor, the chief of cardiology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.||1|
|15.||13 April has been set down for the trial.||1|
|16.||1586 - Mary I of Scotland goes on trial for conspiracy against Elizabeth I of England.||1|
|17.||1804 - The Jeffersonian Republican-controlled United States Senate begins an impeachment trial against Federalist-partisan Supreme Court of the United States Justice Samuel Chase.||1|
|18.||1898 - Emile Zola is brought to trial for libel for publishing J'Accuse.||1|
|19.||A 72 year old woman died of a perforated colon 11 days after completing the trial, despite continuing prednisolone treatment.||1|
|20.||A British biotechnology company, already developing a vaccine to help addicts kick cocaine, said on Monday it had started clinical trials on the world's first nicotine addiction vaccine.||1|
|21.||A broader therapeutic trial that inoles a year of low - dose chloroquine treatment get under way soon.||1|
|22.||A budget system for managing state capital was introduced in some enterprises on a trial basis.||1|
|23.||A challenge to a member of the jury should be made before the trial begins.||1|
|24.||A clinical trial is being launched in three African countries of a drug that could eliminate onchocerciasis, or river blindness, one of the leading infectious causes of blindness across Africa.||1|
|25.||A combination of the system of adjudicatory committee and criminal procedures is characteristic of our country's criminal trials.||1|
|26.||A company called Astrogenetix has started the approval process for putting their salmonella vaccine through the clinical trial wringer.||1|
|27.||A comparative feeding trial was done by using 16 healthy lactating cows with urease inhibitor premix.||1|
|28.||A competent trial with moderation training, then, becomes a diagnostic procedure.||1|
|29.||A confirmatory, post approval clinical trial was begun by Wyeth ( now Pfizer ) in 2004.||1|
|30.||A court in Netherlands has ordered that a controversial right-wing politician should stand trial for insulting hatred against Muslims.||1|
trials (plural noun)
- a formal examination of evidence before a judge, and typically before a jury, in order to decide guilt in a case of criminal or civil proceedings.
- a test of the performance, qualities, or suitability of someone or something.
- a person, thing, or situation that tests a person's endurance or forbearance.
trials (third person present) · trialled (past tense) · trialled (past participle) · trialling (present participle) · trialed (past tense) · trialed (past participle) · trialing (present participle)
- test (something, especially a new product) to assess its suitability or performance.
- (of a horse, dog, or other animal) compete in trials.