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“Every new church can either be a test-case for tradition or a concession to contemporary mediocrity.”
“Many court watchers view the Liu nomination as a political test-case of sorts for the pending Supreme Court nomination Obama will soon make to replace Justice John Paul Stevens, who will soon retire.”
“So, when faced with a nice first test-case in his career in the national limelight, what did Paul have to say about BP and the catastrophic oil spill?”
“Chinese environmentalists, concerned about the potential effects of gene-spliced rice in the world's rice bowl, now look to Mexico as a test-case of how to counter the multinational seed companies 'push to raise so-called Frankenfoods that were created in their laboratories.”
“Carriers are lobbying European authorities to amend the law or return the case to the European Court through another test-case.”
“Here's how I see the tradeoff: If resolution authority passes, it will only be as meaningful as its first test-case.”
“The current test-case is Newsweek, which is being sold off by the Washington Post Company”
“For us, The Fanimatrix was a test-case to see if we could produce something that may eventually lead to a film or product that would get us out of here and into Hollywood.”
“For aspiring presidents – especially those without previous executive experience – their presidential campaigns are sometimes the best test-case for how they would govern if elected.”
“The election could also prove a key test-case of how fiercely the two coalition parties will fight each other now that they are in government together.”
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