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''a blood sample''
(quote-book)|chapter=Quo Warranto?|title=(w)|page=99|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.241648/page/n115|passage=He looked down into Glen Doone first, and sniffed as if he were smelling it, like a sample of goods from a wholesale house; and then he looked at the hills over yonder, and then he stared at me.
(quote-journal)|title=War orphan named 'Precious Pearl' reunites with South Vietnamese soldier who rescued her in '72|url=http://www.smh.com.au/world/war-orphan-named-precious-pearl-reunites-with-south-vietnamese-soldier-who-rescued-her-in-72-20140506-zr5ye.html|passage=Then one day in May 2012, he picked up a free sample of a Vietnamese-language magazine based in New Jersey. In it, he saw an article about a career Navy officer named Kimberly Mitchell and her search into her past.
A subset of a population selected for measurement, observation or questioning, to provide statistical information about the population.
''Large samples are generally more reliable than small samples due to having less variability.''
(quote-journal) et al.|title=Final Report of the Anthropometric Committee|journal=Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science|page=269|pageurl=http://galton.org/cgi-bin/searchImages/galton/search/essays/pages/galton-1883-rba-anthro-report-final_14.htm|passage=It is interesting to find that, with the exception of a few imperfectly-observed South Sea Islanders, and whose actual numbers, if the measurements are correct, are very few, the English professional classes head the long list average height, and that the Anglo-Saxon race takes the chief place in it among the civilised communities, although it is possible it might stand second to the Scandinavian countries if a fair sample of their population were obtained.
A small quantity of food for tasting, typically given away for free.
A small piece of some goods, for determining quality, colour, etc., typically given away for free.
Gratuitous borrowing of easily recognised phases (or moments) from other music (or movies) in a recording.
(quote-journal)|title=Blue Velvet review – still inventive, sexy and bizarre|journal=(w)|url=https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/dec/01/blue-velvet-review-still-inventive-sexy-and-bizarre|passage=Jeffrey conceives a fascination with nightclub singer Dorothy Vallens (Isabella Rossellini) who sings Blue Velvet, while her abusive, misogynist sugar-daddy Frank (Dennis Hopper) watches, caressing a sample of this same material.
(quote-book), transl.|title=Godfrey of Bulloigne, or The Recouerie of Ierusalem|location=London|publisher=Ar. Hatfield|type=translation|original=(w)|by=(w)|section=book XI|page=200|passage=Thus he concludes, and euery hardie knight / His ſample follow’d, and his brethren twaine, / The other Princes put on harneſſe light, / As footmen vſe.
To take or to test a sample or samples of.
(quote-book)|chapter=(w)|title=The £1,000,000 Bank-Note and Other Stories|page=2–3|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/1000000banknoteo00twai/page/2|passage=They had just finished their breakfast, and the sight of the remains of it almost overpowered me. I could hardly keep my wits together in the presence of that food, but as I was not asked to sample it, I had to bear my trouble as best I could.
(quote-book)|chapter=Mok as a Vocalist|title=(w)|location=New York|publisher=Charles Scribner’s Sons|year_published=1907|page=367|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=dlo1AAAAMAAJ&pg=PA367v=onepage&q&f=false|passage=Mok was enjoying himself very much. It was not often that he had such an opportunity to sample the delights of Paris. His young master, Ralph, had given him strict orders never to go out at night, or in his leisure hours, unless accompanied by Cheditafa.
To reuse a portion of (an existing sound recording) in a new piece of music.
To make or show something similar to a sample.