low-test

low-test

(lō′tĕst′)
adj.
Having low volatility and a high boiling point. Used of gasoline.

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The majority of these deaths occurred in people with low-test scores - indeed, only two of the deaths were in subjects who gained a composite score of 10.
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Students reported high self-efficacy beliefs, therefore, it is not surprising they also indicated they had low-test anxiety.
Fortunately, this is a low-test version of maltai, but even so, I manage to empty a few of the cups into my tea before toasting.
To complicate matters, a low-test voltage typically yields a high resistance indication, and vice versa.
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