- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trial.
“Not "trialed", not leased, sold, at a price of approximately thirty grand each.”
“SchlubCam: Nothing this week as we "trialed" UStream. tv this week.”
“How is it right for someone who is a UK national to be trialed and imprisoned in a different country?”
“The technology trialed in Kenya allows an unlimited number of powerful backend applications to simultaneously be available on affordable mid-range phones.”
“One of these compounds, eleutherobin, is being trialed to combat both ovarian and breast cancers.”
“It's rejected the Pacific Islands Forum but some of the countries its courting such as Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, even Papua New Guinea, could all bring something to the table here and I don't think we have really trialed that, Jones stated.”
“They are largely patients from the Middle East who have been flown to this country to undergo surgeries or be trialed on medications that they could not receive otherwise.”
“I trialed an idea of the piece in the spring, and I had the audience standing throughout the space in a loose grid.”
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“For this book, Amy has trialed 1000 heirloom seeds at her farm, finally winnowing her choices to the 200 heirlooms that are fully described and photographed in the book.”
“This program starts being trialed on the staff discount cards on the first and is expected to be released to customers end of june begining of july”
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