This is the first warning from a senior Pentagon official that the test schedule prevents the military from reliably telling President Clinton by the June deadline whether the system is ready to be deployed.
Another problem is that even with a microscope, it is not possible to reliably tell when the oocyst is dead.
For the very simple case of scenes with a cardboard pyramid or a styrofoam sphere, subjects were not able to reliably tell reality and graphics apart.
If the judge cannot reliably tell the machine from the human, the machine is said to have passed the test.
They are comparisons, which can reliably tell us whether one option is better than another, or whether change is better than "business as usual."
These three sentences will almost certainly find some robust difference beyond the initial three words that will reliably tell them apart.
Being shown photographs of macaques during this three-month period gave nine-month-olds the ability to reliably tell between unfamiliar macaque faces.
Povik's older, less capable ALR-45 threat warning receiver was little more than a glorified fuzzbuster that could tell him that there was a threat out there but not reliably tell where or what.
Instead it is presented as though it really were neutral, detached and scientific, and that the description reliably tells us of Wolof mental states rather than of Wolof cultural conventions.
'How can you reliably tell the difference?'