Trials

Some articles on trials, trial:

Herrin Massacre - The Trials
... Two trials were held, the first on November 7, 1922, and the second in the winter of 1923 ... Only six men were ever indicted for the massacre, and both trials ended in acquittals for all the defendants ...
MVA85A
... Phase I clinical trials have been completed and phase II clinical trials are currently underway in South Africa ... As of late 2010, those trials, while promising, were not expected to be finished until late 2015, with efficacy trials running in parallel from 2009 to 2019 ...
HMS Hermes (1898) - Career
... Two seaplanes were carried during trials in 1913 ... The results of these trials were used to help design Ark Royal, completed as a seaplane carrier using an existing hull after her purchase in May 1914 ... After the seaplane trials ended in December 1913, Hermes reverted to a cruiser and was recommissioned, only to be taken out of service at the end of the year and ...
John Halls - Football Career - Trials
... On 19 July, Halls featured in a pre-season match for Blackpool, with whom he was on trial ... official Sheffield Wednesday website that Halls had joined the club on trial ...
Online Research Methods - Online Clinical Trials
... Clinical trials are at the heart of current evidence based medical care ... Journal of Medical Internet Research, describe the background and methodologies of online clinical trials and list examples ...

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    On the whole, yes, I would rather be the Chief Justice of the United States, and a quieter life than that which becomes at the White House is more in keeping with the temperament, but when taken into consideration that I go into history as President, and my children and my children’s children are the better placed on account of that fact, I am inclined to think that to be President well compensates one for all the trials and criticisms he has to bear and undergo.
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