test statisticFor their UK data ADD carried out such a test and obtained a test statistic of 17.93 which has to be compared with a critical chi-square value of 15.5 at the 5 per cent level and 20.1 at the 1 per cent level, with 8 degrees of freedom.
first testIn the first test, we applied acoustic-phonetic constraints by introducing lexical stress into the representations.
good test"The greens as yet are slow but in two years' time they will be difficult but a very good test of touch and eye.
spot test scoreThe median sweat spot test score in patients (9.53, range 1.20 to 13.4) was significantly lower than in controls (median 13.92, range 9.95 to 21.5, p=0.0001, Fig 2).
test is whetherA simple test is whether you can hear the very high pitched whistle a television makes when it is switched off.
sweat spot testThe median sweat spot test score in patients (9.53, range 1.20 to 13.4) was significantly lower than in controls (median 13.92, range 9.95 to 21.5, p=0.0001, Fig 2).
t test‘Where's the next test, then?’
both testA possible trait is signalled when both test sentences exhibit expressive paradox, and P and Q is normal:
test whetherHe said yesterday that he meant to conduct a referendum to test whether Transkei's three million people wished to retain ‘independence’ or not.
test headingTest heading test heading test heading
acid testThe acid test, of course, was to sit through Driving Miss Daisy without shedding a tear.
real testThe real test ahead is whether the policy review can generate a coherent body of distinctive ideas that afford electors positive incentives to vote Labour.
stand the testAn author obviously dedicated to his art and expert enough to share his knowledge with the world has given us what should be the standard on the line which will stand the test of time.