Definitions for "ProTest"
To affirm in a public or formal manner; to bear witness; to declare solemnly; to avow.
To make a solemn declaration (often a written one) expressive of opposition; -- with against; as, he protest against your votes.
To make a solemn declaration or affirmation of; to proclaim; to display; as, to protest one's loyalty.
(of a manager) to officially file a complaint with the league president regarding a ruling by an umpire
a formal written objection lodged with an official of a league, association, etc
Something that is lodged by a team when it considers that another team or competitor has transgressed the rules.
a potential bidder's or contractor's remedy for correcting a perceived wrong in the procurement process
A timely complaint by an offeror in connection with a perceived irregularity or impropriety with a solicitation process or responses received to a solicitation and administrative action with respect to the responses. A protest must be filed, in writing, with the Director.
A concern over the award of a contract, submitted to Government Accounting Office (GAO) or Procuring Contracting Office (PCO).
a challenge of the mapping which might include changes to roads or political boundaries, but may also include changes in the floodplain delineation based on providing more detailed topographic survey information
U.S. Customs) The means by which an importer, consignee, or other designated party may challenge decisions (usually regarding the dutiable status of imported goods) made by customs.
The means by which an importer, consignee, or other designated party may challenge a customs decision.
A statement that expresses disagreement with a payment and reserves the right to recover it later.
the act of making a strong public expression of disagreement and disapproval; "he shouted his protests at the umpire"; "a shower of protest was heard from the rear of the hall"
When an umpire makes a decision that a manager feels is incorrect, the manager may decide to protest the decision.
a written statement of fact, not opinion, of a violation of the rules and/or regulations concerning parentage and/or age in a TLBAA World, or World Qualifying Show, complete with supporting evidence
Protest expresses relatively overt reaction to events or situations: sometimes in favor, though more often opposed. Protesters may organize a protest as a way of publicly and forcefully making their opinions heard in an attempt to influence public opinion or government policy, or may undertake direct action to attempt to directly enact desired changes themselves.
A sworn statement by the master describing any unusual event during a voyage.
Sworn statement made by a ship's captain following an accident.
Keywords:  fing, stupid, idea, brilliant
a brilliant idea
a fing stupid idea
WHO-coordinated initiative to Pr omote TES Ting for HIV by increasing access to a range of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis prevention and care interventions
Keywords:  asl, browser
ASL Browser
Keywords:  mike, gamble, big
a big gamble, Mike
a document objecting to the granting in whole or in part of the authority sought in an application (except an application for rehearing)
Keywords:  utter, words
utter words of protest
a good way of positively channeling this energy into starting a widespread conversation on issues affecting Asian Americans and effecting a long lasting change on behalf of media portrayals of Asian Americans
A communication by a member of the public to a patent office arguing and providing evidence that the granting of a patent would be improper.
a great way to express outrage towards an establishment's treatment or policies regarding animals
Collective behavior designed to communicate dissatisfaction with a set of circumstances or conditions.
ProTest stands for Prioritized tests. It is an intelligent test ordering tool.
Keywords:  ivory, tower, depressing, ears, symbol
a depressing symbol, in which the small people must physically gather together in order for their voices to actually reach the ears in the ivory tower above
Keywords:  peaceful, leaders, telling, rest, don't
a peaceful way of telling our leaders -- and the rest of the world -- that we don't support their policies
an objection raised by any person, organization, or entity to an action proposed to be taken in a proceeding before the Bureau, when the elements of a contest are not present
Keywords:  freedom, speech, exercises, basic, free
a sign of freedom in the United States and exercises our basic rights to free speech
a message and messaging requires discipline