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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of test.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. tested and proved to be reliable
- adj. tested and proved useful or correct
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The reason we haven't had him tested is because our school district will just put him in Special education, which is basically where they put the slow kids or the violent kids, and forget about them.
Clay tested is the equivalent as UL (Underwriters Laboratory) tested!
A year later, Khrushchev again tested the inexperienced President Kennedy by placing deadly nuclear missiles 90 miles from our shores in Communist Cuba.
One way in which machine translations get tested is that you take a text in the first language, translate it to the second, then translate it back.
Every one of the eight ads we tested is focused on the candidate's message on jobs and the economy
(Harvin tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine, according to two league executives who saw Harvin's name on the report released to NFL teams but are not authorized to discuss the subject and spoke on the condition of anonymity).
If the rifle I tested is any indication, the answer is yes.
Whether Bath have the front-five steel to mount a concerted challenge will be tested from the outset against Biarritz, nothing if not big and strong up front.
PARIS — Three-time Tour de France champion Alberto Contador of Spain tested positive for a banned steroid in winning this year's race and has been suspended by cycling's governing body.
PARIS mdash; Three-time Tour de France champion Alberto Contador of Spain tested positive for a banned steroid in winning this year's race and has been ...
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