trial

An experimental coin, banknote or stamp, possibly of unfinished design, and often struck or printed on a material different to that intended for circulation.

Trial

In psi tests, a single attempt to demonstrate paranormal ability (e.g., one attempt to guess a card or one attempt to influence the fall of the dice).
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Trial

In psi tests, a single attempt to demonstrate paranormal ability (e.g., one attempt to guess a card or one attempt to influence the fall of the dice).
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trial

[n] - (sports) a preliminary competition to determine qualifications 2. [n] - an annoying or frustrating or catastrophic event 3. [n] - trying something to find out about it 4. [n] - (law) the determination of a person`s innocence or guilt by due process of law 5. [n] - (law) legal proceedings consisting of the judicial exami...
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Trial

the purchase and use of a product for the first time by a particular customer.
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trial

In law, the determination of an accused person's innocence or guilt by means of the judicial examination of the issues of the case in accordance with...
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Trial

A public hearing in which the evidence in a case, and the law which applies, are examined
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Trial

The hearing of a case at which the court considers the evidence (oral, written and physical), hears the legal argument and gives a judgment.
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trial

1. The act of trying or testing in any manner. Specifically: ... Any effort or exertion of strength for the purpose of ascertaining what can be done or effected. '[I] defy thee to the trial of mortal fight.' (Milton) ... The act of testing by experience; proof; test. 'Repeated trials of the issues and events of actions.' (Bp. Wilkins) ... Examinati...
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trial

tribulation noun an annoying or frustrating or catastrophic event; `his mother-in-law`s visits were a great trial for him`; `life is full of tribulations`; `a visitation of the plague`
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trial

trial run noun trying something to find out about it; `a sample for ten days free trial`; `a trial of progesterone failed to relieve the pain`
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trial

(triĀ“әl) (trīl) a test, study, or experiment.
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Trial

• (n.) The act of trying or testing in any manner. • (n.) The formal examination of the matter in issue in a cause before a competent tribunal; the mode of determining a question of fact in a court of law; the examination, in legal form, of the facts in issue in a cause pending before a competent tribunal, for the purpose of determining s...
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trial

(from the article `crime`) ...developed. There are many variations between different countries—and even between different jurisdictions within the same country—regarding the ... Trial procedure...and trial. Without the conventions, the police in the country of the offense would be compelled either to ask for securities or, in ...
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trial

(from the article `ship construction`) As the vessel nears completion a number of tests are made. The naval architect makes a careful assessment of the weight of the finished ship and ...
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Trial

[ship] Trial was a ship that was seized by convicts and eventually wrecked on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia in 1816. Trial was a brig owned by the merchant Simeon Lord. While waiting near the Sow and Pigs Reef in Port Jackson for good winds to take her to Port Dalrymple, she was seized by a group of thirteen convicts. Th...
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TRIAL

The proceedings in a court where the issues between the parties are heard, and decision upon the issues is made. This examination of facts and law is presided over by a judge with authority to hear and make decisions in the matter.
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trial

trial: see procedure.
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Trial

Was originally done in one of three ways: compurgation; trial-by-combat; ordeal. Jury trial developed in England as a fourth alternative. The examination before a competent tribunal, according to the laws, of the land, of the facts put in issue in a cause, for the purpose of determining such issue. There are various kinds of trial, the most com...
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Trial

1) it is a display, discussion and examination of certain charges or claims and evidences in a fomal environment and set-up like a court presided by the judge and jury, to determine whether the claims and evidences are correct or not. 2)Act of testing the performance to ensure that it meets certain standard.
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trial

n. the examination of facts and law presided over by a judge (or other magistrate, such as a commissioner or judge pro tem) with authority to hear the matter (jurisdiction). A trial begins with the calling of the parties to come and be heard and selection of a jury if one has been requested. Each party is entitled to an opening statement by his/her...
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trial

Type: Term Pronunciation: trī′ăl Definitions: 1. A test or experiment, usually conducted under specific conditions.
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trial

(law) In law, the determination of an accused person's innocence or guilt by means of the judicial examination of the issues of the case in accordance with the law of the land. The two parties in a trial, the defendant and plaintiff, or their counsels, put forward their cases and question ...
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Trial

A competition for herding, agility, obedience, etc. A conformation show does not fall under a trial heading.
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Trial

In psi tests, a single attempt to demonstrate paranormal ability (e.g., one attempt to guess a card or one attempt to influence the fall of the dice).
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