Trial Period

  • (noun): A period of time during which someone or something is tested.
    Synonyms: test period

Some articles on period, trials, trial, trial period:

History Of France - Revolution and Napoleon (1789–1815) - The Revolution
... Because of this new period of instability, the state was struck for several weeks in July and August 1789 by the Great Fear, a period of violent class conflict ... Jury trials started for criminal cases ... and the Girondins include the September Massacres and the trial of Louis XVI, both in 1792 ...
Stockholm - Transport - Roads - Congestion Charges
1, 2007, after having had a seven month trial period in the first half of 2006 ... After the trial period was over, consultative referendums were held in Stockholm Municipality and several other municipalities in Stockholm County ... During the trial period and according to the agenda of the previous government the revenue went entirely to public transport ...
San Francisco Congestion Pricing - Description of The 2010 Proposal - Trial Period
2010 proposal recommends implementing a trial program with any of the two pilot options, with a duration between six-month to one-year trial in 2015 ... The objective of this trial is to evaluate public reaction and the effectiveness of the scheme ...
Xbox Live Indie Games - Game Development
... An eight-minute trial period is enforced for Indie Games, after which, if the player has not yet purchased the game, the game will end and inform them they need to purchase the full version to keep playing ... The developers have no control over this trial period ... but feedback from players and developers extended the trial period ...

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