Trial, The

Trial, The

novel of individual accused of crime by impersonal bureaucracy. [Ger. Lit.: The Trial]

Trial, The

Joseph K. is tried by a strange court for an unspecified crime. [Ger. Lit.: Kafka The Trial]
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When he was put on his Trial, the Verdict was Not Proven.
The group that objected to the trial, the Women's Network for Unity, "was established in June 2000 by a group of sex workers for sex workers," and says it has 5,000 members in Cambodia.
Moreover, if the claim goes to trial, the decision whether to move forward or settle must be re-evaluated constantly in the face of new evidence and analysis.
Suppose that at the end of the trial, the study group has earned 5 cents and the control group has earned only 1 cent.
Kempler expressed hope that the landmark trial, the first of several planned by the company, will demonstrate successful "proof of principle" of the company's support of neuroprotection therapies based on oxidation biology and metalloprotein brain chemistry.
To handle the variety of challenges and the high level of performance required from an expert witness at trial, the CPA needs a pretrial planning system to apply to all cases.
Now, two months after the trial, the Shepards' focus is on healing.
While the patient may not benefit directly from the clinical trial, the data regarding the safety and effectiveness generated during the study will certainly benefit future generations of patients, and will serve society as a whole.
At trial, the focus of concern, theoretically, centers on the facts of the case.
At trial, the Civil Court had upheld the succession claim by the former tenant's daughter.
At the end of the trial, the court will be left with a morass of documents and testimony that it will be forced to pick through to identify for itself the issues and facts properly in dispute.
Due to the luck of the draw in the randomization for this small trial, the volunteers in the micronutrient group had a lower baseline CD4 count (356 vs.