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Synonyms for litmus

a coloring material (obtained from lichens) that turns red in acid solutions and blue in alkaline solutions

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LITMUS (Linked Irish Traditional Music) seeks to improve searching and access to Web-based Irish traditional music, song, and dance resources through the development of a Linked Data framework.
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Clinically significant medical burden, defined by a score of 4 or more on the Cumulative Illness Rating Scale (CIRS), was present in 139 of 264 LiTMUS participants with available CIRS data.
The litmus test will be the introduction of an EU-wide collective redress system for the benefit of its 500 million consumers," commented BEUC Director-General Monique Goyens, in a statement released on 22 May.
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The Savings-to-Employment Income Ratio is a litmus test for estimating the health of an investor's retirement savings and requires only a few pieces of information to calculate.
RESEARCHERS WITH THE NAtional Center for Toxicological Research in Jefferson and Little Rock biotech firm Litmus Rapid-B have developed a method of detecting E.
CAST your mind back to school chemistry lessons using litmus paper to see if a liquid was acidic or alkaline.
Of course, the question also arises at a time when the Catholic right, inside and outside of formal church structures, is increasingly linking Catholic faith to a series of boundary-marking litmus tests.
Elliot: And they all have one thing in common, which I capture in the Soloway Mobile Litmus Test for administrators.
Addressing a conference on Competition, Public Policy and Common Man in the national capital, Mukherjee said that the ability to make the desired innovative changes would be a litmus test for the country.
The product will provide almost any textile with the ability to create a 'twenty-first century' litmus test.