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a region resembling a laboratory inasmuch as it offers opportunities for observation and practice and experimentation


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The testing ground has an area of 10 hectares and is equipped with road infrastructure, the city government said.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), a Japan-based automaker, is looking at Boston as self-driving vehicle testing ground.
A slow start cost Ascription his chance in the Ayr Gold Cup when making his debut for Keith Dalgleish, but although he is a smart performer when on song and also handles testing ground, he has yet to prove he is a sprinter, having done most of his racing over 7f and a mile.
She has proved herself capable of handling testing ground and that could be decisive.
He argues that the construction of these racial orders of racism, racial separation, and decentralized power and authority, while never uncontested, served as imperial testing grounds foreshadowing the establishment of a global order of racial supremacy and empire that was to spread around the world through the 19th and 20th centuries.
It will be a testing ground for new ideas where successful results could be mainstreamed into other policies and programmes.
Such jumbo atoms could provide a rich testing ground for currently inaccessible realms of chemistry and nuclear physics.
This Testing Ground Agreement has already been formally signed by seven countries - Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden - a sufficient number for its implementation.
The George Washington (CVN 73) and Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) battle groups are the testing ground for an electronic man-overboard indicator before its expected fleetwide deployment in 2003.
By directing attention to the design issues for compelling sites including the East River, Governors Island, Pier 40, Times Square and currently Queens Plaza, Gastil has led a program to connect innovative design to public policy and practice, making the case to both local and international audiences that metropolitan New York remains a vital testing ground for the future of public life.
Next year will provide additional testing ground for the voter identification approach.
Brown has long used her own body as a testing ground for the invention of a new movement vocabulary, and it is both fascinating and extraordinary to still (she is in her early 60s) watch the easy deployment of limbs and torso, the apparently disconnected, slithery propulsions and the deliberately prosaic layering of movement, that have formed the basis of her work.
The Community Edition is intended to foster innovation as a testing ground for the very latest community-developed features, while the Subscription Edition is a commercial-grade release, focused on stable enterprise network operations.
VVFRENCH-breds could excel on testing ground in the feature novice hurdle at Sandown 2.
The establishment of a new financial pilot zone in Yunnan Province and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has been sanctioned the plan that would assure as a testing ground for the nationwide financial reforms.
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