- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trial.
“The ACF issue of MOD90 has been delayed, this is because a heavy duty version is being trialled, which is designed to cope with the increased use associated with being removed from the wallet and flashed around.”
“He said labels trialled by the UK Food Standard Authority warned shoppers at a single glance when a product contained an unhealthy amount of fat, saturated fat, sugar or salt”
“Officials from other countries -- including Brazil and Venezuela -- overruled efforts to get CCS included in the CDM because they regard the technology as unproven and potentially dangerous, and don't want it to be "trialled" in the developing world.”
“The pack is initially to be trialled in the Kirkcaldy and Glasgow North East areas before a national roll-out.”
“Publishing Technology, a provider of digital and print solutions for the publishing industry, said that the beta version of its e-book service is currently being trialled by two publishers”
““The suite of games and the prototype game table have been successfully trialled at centres in Spain, Norway and the UK,” says the story, going on »»»”
“You can imagine, I hope, the ambivalence I felt as I tested and trialled this phone in the knowledge that it was the last fully operational Apple device he would ever see.”
“I trialled it this week and was overcome with approximately 34569747% less rage than usual.”
“Commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera in New York, but being trialled by English National Opera, the opera unfolds the whole rather pathetic tale in flashback, through the eyes and ears of Anne Strawson, the whisky-drinking detective investigating the case of Brian, aged 16, accused of stabbing Jake, aged 13.”
“In Qld, Australia, we have several policies which work quite well, and more are being trialled.”
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