trial site

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trial site

The place where a clinical trial or study is conducted, which must meet criteria set forth by regulatory agencies.
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Other contributions examine such issues as the trial's inadequate grappling with the Holocaust, the failure of the Tribunal to include the voices of victims in its proceedings, post-World War I precedents for war crimes tribunals in Germany, the reasons for choosing Nuremberg as the site of the trial, war crimes trials conducted following the conclusion of the IMT (including the Israeli trial of Adolf Eichmann), German attitudes towards international criminal law in the years following Nuremberg, and connections between Nuremberg and more recent international criminal courts.
Of the 3,500 drug vials sent to the clinical site of the trial at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, twelve were suspected to lack sterility.
Stratton remembered dealing with the disaster of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake and the earlier times when he had to defend the small city to the world as the site of the trial in which Los Angeles police officers were acquitted of beating Rodney King.
That means the area could be filmed, showing it almost like it was in wartime and visitors will be able to see the site of the trial.
Parliament's Westminster Hall was the site of the trials of many Catholic martyrs, most notably Sir Thomas More, who was sentenced to death in 1535 for refusing to back the Act of Supremacy which signalled the split from Rome by making Henry VIII supreme head of the church.
The site of the Trials, as they became known, was a completed section of line at Rainhill.

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