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  1. Trials

    Trials is an open access peer-reviewed online journal regarding performance and outcomes of randomized controlled trials. The journal is published by BioMed Central and the editors-in-chief are Doug Altman, Curt Furberg, Jeremy Grimshaw, and Peter Rothwell. The journal encourages both authors and peer reviewers to make use of the CONSORT and QUOROM checklists for randomized trials and systematic reviews, respectively.

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    The numerical value of trials in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

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    The numerical value of trials in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Paul Begala:

    The Salem witch trials gave more due process to the accused, Donald Trump absurdly claimed, though Donald Trump refused to participate in the impeachment process after The Democrats invited The Democrats to do so. The claim drew an exasperated rebuke from the mayor of Salem, who noted that the 1692 trials targeted' powerless, innocent victims' -- women who died horrific deaths.

  2. Elizabeth Sunday:

    Life is a horizon, Made up of the life here and there, But for the life here, From the day you came into this world, And unto the day you leave this world, Is made up of a journey, A race to run till you get to the finish line. Don't expect much from life, Because you might not like what it gives you, Life doesn't give you what you deserve, But you give unto life what you ought to deserve, Backup by hard work and will. Life is a rumble ball, Full of ups and downs, Difficulties and trials, It is never a bed of roses, Or a place full of only enjoyment. Life is a battle field, A survival of the fittest, Only those who have hope and courage, Is accessible in winning in this life. It is made up of different categories, The rich, the poor, The weak, the strong, The death, the living, The good and the evil. Now is left for every man out there, Including those reading this quote now, To answer this question, Which category do I belong to? Or want to belong to? Life is self-made, Everything about it is personal, A Personal Race.

  3. Martin Friede:

    The trials were started based on a single piece of data, and one piece of data isn't sufficient.

  4. Amesh Adalja:

    It's a very elegant solution, and that's why they could go to vaccine trials so quickly, because all they need is a sequence of the virus, they don't have to tinker with the virus to make a vaccine candidate. They can just make a vaccine candidate with genetic sequence of the virus.

  5. Joseph Schumpeter:

    It is not true that democracy will always safeguard freedom of conscience better than autocracy. Witness the most famous of all trials. Pilate was, from the standpoint of the Jews, certainly the representative of autocracy. Yet he tried to protect freedom. And he yielded to a democracy.

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