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the process or an instance of passing from one form, state, or stage to another

a particular subdivision of a written work

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the act of passing from one state or place to the next

a way through or along which someone or something may pass

the passing of a law by a legislative body

a journey usually by ship

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a bodily reaction of changing from one place or stage to another

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the motion of one object relative to another

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the act of passing something to another person

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Nonspecific screening tests include classic culture tests for bacteria and fungi (sterility tests), special culture and animal tests for Mycobacterium spp., cell culture tests for the presence of certain cytocidal viruses (by inoculation of and blind passage in Vero, MRC-5, HeLa, RK, and A9 cells with observations for cytopathology and tests for hemadsorption and hemagglutination at the end of the culture period), and animal inoculation tests for certain viruses (suckling and adult mice, guinea pigs, and embryonated hen eggs).
On day 6, a blind passage was made on the same cells and on Vero.
The IBH-HPS virus was attenuated on Vero cell line after three blind passages. The 9th passage was completely attenuated determined through pathogenicity testing and used for the preparation of vaccine.
To's regular writing team has come up with one of its most outre ideas, winch could have worked with a better focused script--or at least showed its cards much earlier rather than leading the viewer up so many blind passages. In that respect, it's less successful than the high-concept "Running Out of Time" movies, with winch it has a few similarities.
Minos planned to remove this shame from his house and to hide it away in a labyrinthine enclosure with blind passages. Daedalus, a man famous for his skill in the builder's art, planned and performed the work.