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Test, TEST or Tester may refer to:

An evaluation of people

In science and technology

People

  • Jon Tester (born 1956), junior Senator from Montana, a Democrat.
  • Ralph Tester, head of the Testery, a British codebreaking station at Bletchley Park
  • Andrew Martin (1975–2009), professional wrestler who used the ring name "Test"

Other uses

See also


Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

See also test

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English

Noun

Test

  1. (cricket) (sometimes test) a Test match

Anagrams


German

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Noun

Test m. (genitive Tests or Testes, plural Tests)

  1. test

Wikispecies

Up to date as of January 23, 2010
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Genealogy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Facts Pages
{Not to be confused with {{Test}}, totally unrelated.)
  • historical- early experimentation on smw stuff
  • Maybe parent "has family" (subpagename of father/family1-9). Each has properties children, marriage fields, spouses, sources.
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xyzzy
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Genetic mother Xyzzy  +
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Occupation state xyzzy  +
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Physical sources xyzzy  +
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Schools xyzzy  +
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Spouse Xyzzy  +
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Ystr ftd37 12,24,14,11,14,16,12,12,12,13,13,29,19,9,10,11,11,25,15,19,29,15,15,17,17,11,10,19,23,15,15,17,18,37,38,12,12  +
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This article uses material from the "Test" article on the Genealogy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Simple English

A test is a way of checking something to see if it is true, or false, or if it is edible or not. If something can be tested, or finishes the tests correctly, it is testable.

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Products

Products are usually tested for quality, and so that many customers will get the best products.

People

People are tested to see what they have learned. This is often called an assess/assessment or examine/examination. In learning, a test item is a question, or set of questions on a test.

People and animals can also be tested for illnesses. For example, a blood test can be used to check for disease.

Rarely, people use "tests" to check people's hearts. For instance, in a famous rap song, in Korea, the lyrics were about a boyfriend, telling his girlfriend, "I'm sorry, but I must tell you we have to break up. I do not love you, I have to tell you. Forgive me, but I have to tell you. It's all a test." - Many people accuse this theory as an "excuse to be offensive" or an "excuse to break up with his girlfriend", so it does not count very logically in the "test" page.

Science

In science, tests are called experiments. These are done to check for a presence of a substance, or to check the quality of the thing being tested.

Software

In software engineering, a test is used to determine a characteristic of a software system. Software is tested before it is released. Alpha testing is where software developers check the software for bugs. Software can also be checked for quality and usability. Beta testing is done by groups of users.

Vehicles

Cars and other vehicles are tested using a crash test. The car is put under severe conditions to see what will make it fail. Other machines can also be crash tested. Crash test dummies stand in for humans. They 'sit' in the car seat to see if a human in the crash would have been injured or killed. Crash tests cost a lot of money.

Other

The River Test is a chalk stream in the south of England. The river is used a lot for trout fishing. The river starts near Overton, in Hampshire and ends at the sea at the head of Southampton Water.

Sometimes, though perhaps not often, police officers use "tests" to find out criminals, by measuring their pulse or heartbeat when asking questions.








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