obstacle test

obstacle test

small objects such as hay bales, a drum, or furniture placed randomly in a hall or laneway that is unfamiliar to the patient which is then made to move through the test course in a dim light. The ability of the patient to pass without bumping into objects is accepted as freedom from night blindness. Because of the inability to communicate with the subject the results of such tests are usually impossible to interpret.
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We already had a motocross facility and a 4x4 obstacle test and then the plans were added to include a drag strip and a drift course as well," Suleiman explained.
the Court said, "a statute which, while furthering this interest in potential life or some other valid State interest," and then goes on to describe the substantial obstacle test, so the Court recognized that there could be other State interests besides merely maternal health and discouraging abortions.
Walking Machine Decathlon -- Teams design and build articulated robots which are judged on their ability to walk through a series of obstacle test courses.
The obstacle test consisted of a set of nine obstacles that resembled as much as possible reallife obstacles that people come across in their daily lives.
They are called on to complete a series of tasks including theory and obstacle tests, all of which are designed to test their knowledge and practical driving skills.
It combined flatwork movements and obstacle tests, inviting competitors to deal with a number of situations.
As well as having to negotiate obstacle tests and answer theory questions, the top drivers were also asked to weigh up their passengers.
The contestants in the final had to prove that they had the skill and attitude of responsible heavy truck drivers as they completed a programme consisting of complex manoeuvring and obstacle tests.
After the regional heats, finalists were put through their paces on driving skills, the highway code, driving theory and obstacle tests.
This class tests horse and rider through a range of activities, combining flatwork movements and obstacle tests.