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  • noun Plural form of trial.

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Examples

  • A new CB1 receptor antagonist (the same class as rimonabant) in trials is CP-945,598 developed by Pfizer.

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  • BTW, as long as I'm babbling on about pantry goodies, here's a brief update on the Luxardo Maraschino cherry experiments: The far and away winner among my trials is the simple jar of mixed sweet and sour dried cherries, ordered from the Bakers 'Catalogue people at King Arthur Flour, maraschino liquor poured over them to fill small jar, lid screwed on tight, in the fridge one month before opening.

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  • Still, the story she draws from their trials is a hopeful one and one that needs to be told.

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  • BTW, as long as I'm babbling on about pantry goodies, here's a brief update on the Luxardo Maraschino cherry experiments: The far and away winner among my trials is the simple jar of mixed sweet and sour dried cherries, ordered from the Bakers 'Catalogue people at King Arthur Flour, maraschino liquor poured over them to fill small jar, lid screwed on tight, in the fridge one month before opening.

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  • I think that we entirely misapprehend the force of this passage before us, if we suppose it to refer principally or merely to the outward calamities, what you call trials and afflictions, which befall people, and see in it only the teaching, that the sorrows of daily life may have in them a sign of our being children of God, and some power to prepare us for the glory that is to come.

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  • And the Pope concluded: I trust in the witness of families who draw the strength to overcome trials from the Sacrament of Marriage. ...

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  • And the analogy between deem and pass and skipping trials is insultingly stupid.

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  • Women could be tested and not found wanting in trials of courage, resourcefulness, endurance, strength, and even solitude.

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  • It didn't take me very long, because the number of such clinical trials is ZERO.

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  • It didn't take me very long, because the number of such clinical trials is ZERO.

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