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(305)6687245 a vanity phone name/number that spells the above domain name & Website.
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A test of one’s abilities, especially the ability to perform well under pressure, such as an expert in cross examination a professor in a classroom, courtroom or conference room.
For example in the area of Law, we refer also to expert witness testimony and computer litigation support on-trial, such as forensic accounting & computing experts. We refer to A proceeding in which opposing parties in a dispute present evidence and make arguments on the application of the law before a judge or jury: The case is expected to go to trial, or proceeding: the trial of Socrates.
On trial implies In the process of being tried, as in a court of law, trial by fire.
On trial like Medical, Legal trials. Like the Idioms and the Encyclopedia these are just examples, that are not limited to such trials, it includes trying new products, technology and/or service.
Synonyms: trial, affliction, crucible, ordeal, tribulation
The act or process of testing, trying, or putting to the proof: a trial of one’s faith. This refers to an instance of such testing, especially as part of a series of tests or experiments: a clinical trial of a drug, such as an effort or attempt: succeeded on the third trial. It includes but not limited to a state of pain or anguish that tests patience, endurance, or belief: “the fiery trial through which we pass” (Abraham Lincoln). Much like a trying, troublesome, or annoying person or thing: The child was a trial to his parents. We refer to on-trial as in a preliminary competition or test to determine qualifications, as in a sport. The adj. of relating to, or used in a trial, such as a forensic expert. Being on trial like on a provisional or experimental basis: a married couple on a trial separation, needing an expert to value properties, in the course of a trial or test. The Idioms:
These nouns denote distress/ suffering that severely tests resiliency & character: no consolation in their hour of trial; the affliction of a bereaved family; the crucible of revolution; the ordeal of being an innocent murder suspect; a time of relentless tribulation & burden.
Placing a vanity telephone name/number paired with a matching domain name & website, (305)OnTrial.co, assesses the gain to the ROI (Return On Investment) of an entity such as forensic expert witnesses teams. This is testing the hypothesis that such a method will boost the ROI, providing additional leads compared to before these trials.
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A test of one’s abilities, especially the ability to perform well under pressure.
In the process of being tried, as in a court of law.
on trial
1. Law
1. Of, relating to, or used in a trial.
2. Attempted or advanced on a provisional or experimental basis: a married couple on a trial separation.
3. An effort or attempt: succeeded on the third trial.
3. Made or done in the course of a trial or test.
4. A state of pain or anguish that tests patience, endurance, or belief: “the fiery trial through which we pass” (Abraham Lincoln).
5. A trying, troublesome, or annoying person or thing: The child was a trial to his parents.
6. A preliminary competition or test to determine qualifications, as in a sport.
a. A proceeding in which opposing parties in a dispute present evidence and make arguments on the application of the law before a judge or jury: The case is expected to go to trial.
a. The act or process of testing, trying, or putting to the proof: a trial of one’s faith.
adj.
b. An instance of such a proceeding: the trial of Socrates.
b. An instance of such testing, especially as part of a series of tests or experiments: a clinical trial of a drug.
Idioms:
Synonyms: trial, affliction, crucible, ordeal, tribulation
These nouns denote distress or suffering that severely tests resiliency and character: no consolation in their hour of trial; the affliction of a bereaved family; the crucible of revolution; the ordeal of being an innocent murder suspect; a time of relentless tribulation. See Also Synonyms at burden.
This approach can be seen as one of the two basic approaches to problem solving, contrasted with an approach using insight and theory. However, there are intermediate methods which for example, use theory to guide the method, an approach.
Trial and error is a fundamental method of solving problems.
Trial and error is also a heuristic method of problem solving, repair, tuning, or obtaining knowledge. In the field of computer science, the method is called generate and test. In elementary algebra, when solving equations, it is “guess and check”.
trial by fire.

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