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tri·al case

in refraction, a box containing lenses for testing.

trial case 

A case containing pairs of positive and negative spherical lenses, plano cylinders, thin prisms as well as discs, pinhole discs, etc. used in refraction with a trial frame. The contents of the case are referred to as a trial set.
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In a nutshell, I trust my trial case to provide absolute accuracy, which is fundamental in delivering expert prescriptions and the best visual outcome for patients.
Exercising the accused's right to an Article 32 investigation will not be held against the defense in a speedy trial case.
The death sentences were requested by the Libyan prosecutor in his opening statement four months earlier, in the final appeal in the fake HIV show trial case # 607/2003 held at the criminal court in Benghazi.
Thanks to Mr Sharma's NFRN link, the shop, already open for business in its new guise, has been transformed to be one of only a handful of "model" post offices across the UK with modern fittings, as a trial case for other NFRN-backed stores.
The source said security forces were probing the identity of the caller and added the hoax could have been used in an an attempt to adjourn a trial case.
They will also discuss the use of case count data in trial case management and judicial administration; building and managing the finances for local court operations; and the role of the chief administrative judge.
Eventually, in moments of cognition concerning something else, insights about the trial case will tend to surface.
The trial case of the Holy Land Foundation, a charity that provided aid to impoverished families in other countries as well as some American families, raises such wonders.
SHREWSBURY - One of the newest clubs to hit Shrewsbury High School this year is the Mock Trial Club, which involves students in a live debate of a fictitious trial case in a statewide competition.
No date for that trial has been set, and Iraqi officials have not said what will happen if the appeals from the first trial case run out while the second is still going on.
Although a preliminary hearing in recent weeks for the Giants' trial case refused to grant an injunction on the construction of a neighboring project, Giants' spokesman Patrick Hanlon said that the team will go to trial against the development.
Unlike with the criminology professor in the Peterson murder trial case who spent "over an hour" training his student surveyors ("Fallout Continues from Survey Scandal in Peterson Case" January 13, 2004), more than half the course time is spent in technical preparation for the interviews.