Did you possibly mean testing?
- n. Plural form of testing.
“Which is, of course, inaccurate because the only organization that does standardized IQ testings is Mensa.”
“School gardens, taste testings, community local food suppers, farm field trips, and in-class learning about food, agriculture, and nutrition have helped build enthusiasm among the children towards eating healthy food, and showed parents the spectrum of fresh, healthy, locally grown foods their kids would actually eat.”
“In Spain and Mexico, young boys lurk around testings hoping to try a few passes that might last a minute or two.”
“And of those who have read it, how can the parts about annual limits on benefits and diagnostic testings be ignored.”
“I mean Hopefully this works out cuz there would be nothing cooler then a bad ass period world war 2 superhero flick, but I have my doubts. moviefan for all we know john k could end up not even getting the part. if the testings have been on going all week and they havent made a decision just yet.”
“Though water and air quality is apparently tested frequently, no local BP, national park or DEP agents could tell me precisely when or where the testings took place.”
“I also recommend multiple cake testings with plenty of (extremely good) champagne to wash them down …”
“STEPHEN SMITH: Firstly we've seen reports yesterday and overnight of two more short-range missile testings.”
“(In previous testings with other fellas, one of us usually failed).”
“Therefore, further testings are being made to really identify the primary cause of the spread of the flu virus, he explained.”
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