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Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Sunlight streamed into the lab through floor-to-ceiling windows, illuminating fume hoods and solvent bottles. Drew Pendergrass, Harper's Magazine, "Ground Control," 25 May 2020 Even when academic and commercial labs began developing their tests, government bureaucracy delayed their use. Amy Goldstein, BostonGlobe.com, "Trump administration vows to distribute 100 million swabs to states by year’s end," 24 May 2020 In July, Meridiana will open four brand-new, expertly installed Little League baseball fields, part of more than 700 acres of parkland, playgrounds, open green space, learning labs and volleyball courts located in the community of new homes. Something was wrong with one of the reagents and state labs could not get the test to work. Behnken and Hurley are slated to dock with the station on Thursday and meet with the Expedition 63 crew members already in residence aboard the orbiting lab. Julie Johnsson, Bloomberg.com, "SpaceX Is Poised for Defining Moment With First Humans on Rocket," 23 May 2020 Birth of a hypothesis Four years after finishing her graduate work, Nagler started running a lab at Harvard Medical School. Esther Landhuis, Scientific American, "Gut Microbes May Be Key to Solving Food Allergies," 23 May 2020 SpaceX plans to hold a final launch readiness review Monday to go over engine hot-fire data and any remaining open items while space station managers review plans for Hurley and Behnken's stay aboard the lab complex. William Harwood, CBS News, "NASA readiness review clears SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft for historic launch," 22 May 2020 All research has suffered from lab closures and travel bans. Melody Schreiber, The New Republic, "Female Scientists Are Bearing the Brunt of Quarantine Child-Rearing," 22 May 2020

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First Known Use of lab

Noun (1)

circa 1868, in the meaning defined above

Noun (2)

1925, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of lab was circa 1868

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28 May 2020

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“Lab.” waleadership.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, http://waleadership.com/dictionary/lab. Accessed 29 May. 2020.

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English Language Learners Definition of lab

informal
: a class period for laboratory work

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