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Synonyms for assay

Synonyms for assay

a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

a trying to do or make something

to subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to make an attempt to do or make

Synonyms for assay

an appraisal of the state of affairs

a substance that is undergoing an analysis of its components

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a written report of the results of an analysis of the composition of some substance

a quantitative or qualitative test of a substance (especially an ore or a drug) to determine its components

analyze (chemical substances)

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If Irma picked up she was pretty much always silent, except one time when she called to tell her 'I would make a good mother to your children'.
The Company's first commercial product line is the IRMA TruPoint Blood Analysis System, the world's first point-of-care product line for measuring blood gases, which LifeHealth acquired in 2014.
Wheeler is reprising his Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma role for Irma Vep.
This task force developed and got funding for a pilot project which began in 1976 with Irma as the project director.
But Irma yesterday told her representatives: "I have a diary.
This clay's a little bit creamier than San Marcos clay," Eric explained while Irma began a demonstration of her technique.
We then measured plasma ACTH in split samples, each sample from a different patient, with the Scantibodies IRMA vs Immulite 2000 referred to ARUP Laboratories (Salt Lake City, UT).
Maybe God emptied it a long time ago and poured its contents into people like Irma.
For Guatemalan journalist Irma Flaquer, Guatemala was home.
Using the Web-based translating application IRMA Project, volunteers who speak English as well as one of these languages translated thousands of strings of code that make up the complete Linspire operating system.
I hope they don't think we think they can have beer, though,'' Irma added, regarding the underage boys.
The former Boomtown Rats frontman was presented with the IRMA award for his outstanding contribution to Irish music.
When I wrote a book on Montale's poetry in the early 1980s, I corresponded briefly with Irma Brandeis, who had by then been identified as the real-life model for the poet's version of Beatrice or Laura: Clizia, Montale's poetic beloved, a figure who appears in poems contained in the volume La bufera e altro, but who is adumbrated in the sunflower of Ossi di seppia years before.
IRMA said Forrester's fumbles include the following: 1) assuming the simple downloading of individual, short-form, audio-only music tracks will translate directly into widespread downloading of full-length, media-rich motion pictures; 2) overlooking the cable, online and movie industries' disappointment in the slow growth of movies on demand; 3) failing to grasp that removable media such as discs, in contrast to non-removable PC and portable drives, are favored by the vast majority of digital consumers as the most convenient and versatile ways to collect both pre- recorded and downloaded content; 4) not understanding the concept of market segmentation, where various technologies simultaneously serve distinct market applications.
Taglined "the professional journal of media makers, movers & shakers," the magazine's mission is to "serve as a thought leader for business and creative professionals who manage goods and services involving physical media," IRMA said.