It has been observed in a former paper, that "the true test
of a good government is its aptitude and tendency to produce a good administration." If the justness of this observation be admitted, the mode of appointing the officers of the United States contained in the foregoing clauses, must, when examined, be allowed to be entitled to particular commendation.
Yet they felt that the true test
of any Juliet is the balcony scene of the second act.
After five games undefeated, City boss Gary Johnson reckoned the top-of-the-table clash at Charlton would be a true test
of his side's Premier League potential.
The circuit boasts a massive circumference and long straights, and is sure to provide a true test
of a racing greyhound.
With the ground riding heavy the three-and-three-quarter-mile event was true test
and the 8-1 chance was soon at the head of affairs.
I've heard nothing from him at home or when he worked at Newbury, but the racecourse is the true test
. This task is all about finding out how his breathing stands up in a race."
Steve Prior does not agree that the course is the reason for the Champion Hurdle not being a true test
How we treat the most vulnerable people among us is a true test
of how caring a society really is.
Ideally, he wants it very soft and a true test
Yet the true test
of Blairism comes now, when he has to face down his critics inside and outside the Labour Party and restore trust that he remains the right man for the job.
But Brown, who has picked up three Premiership winners' medals during his United career, knows the true test
of a side's greatness is sustained success, rather than a one-off triumph.
RICHARD KRAJICEK will probably beat Andrei Medvedev in the Compaq Grand Slam Cup today, but the Dutchman faces a true test
against an improved performer this season and is unbackable at the odds on offer, writes Adrian Humphries.