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01. He is on [trial] for the murder of his business partner.
02. The murder [trial] of O. J. Simpson was watched by millions of people all over the world.
03. The parents of the murdered boy attended the [trial] of the man accused of killing him every day for the three months it took to reach a verdict.
04. The government is waiting for the results of clinical [trials] of the drug before making it available to the general public.
05. Corey has been hired for a [trial] period of 3 months.
06. The witness gave evidence at the [trial] which suggested the police had arrested the wrong person.
07. Roseanne found being on a diet a real [trial].
08. There is a Chinese proverb which holds that a gem cannot be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without [trials].
09. In Morocco, there is a proverb which states that abundance of money is a [trial] for a man.
10. Corinne bought a [trial]-sized tube of make-up to see if it was the color she wanted.
11. Musician Eric Clapton once said that music is the thing that has given him inspiration and relief in all of the [trials] and tribulations of his life.
12. The murder [trial] lasted over three months, and included the testimony of dozens of witnesses.
13. We are getting free Internet access for a [trial] period of 3 months.
14. The human rights organization Amnesty International advocates fair and prompt [trials] for all political prisoners.
15. Political prisoners in many countries are convicted in [trials] which violate internationally agreed standards.
16. As children grow, they learn from [trial] and play.
17. A monkey was once [tried] and convicted for smoking a cigarette in South Bend, Indiana.

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