Examples of screening in a Sentence
methods of screening for cancer
Players must pass three random drug screenings.
Federal agents handle passenger and luggage screening at the airport.
The company will be conducting applicant screenings Wednesday.
Recent Examples of screening from the Web
An outdoor screening of the film based on the James Patterson novel.
K-12 students who attend will receive school supplies, health screenings from Northshore Community Health Center and haircuts by Mighty Sharp Barber Shop, as well as snack packs from the Northwest Indiana Food Bank while supplies last.
This week, Broken Lizard announced that the film is complete, having gone through the editing process and test screenings.
To reduce domestic violence, the CDC report recommends better bystander training and screening in doctors’ offices.
Four days of panels, presentations, screenings and autograph signings begin on Thursday.
Gal Gadot's performance in Wonder Woman, and the film's disruption of the macho-male ethos that seems to permeate the superhero genre, has inspired more than one grown woman to shed a tear mid-screening.
Brayman was echoed by former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow, who told CNN on Sunday that only a physical screening was required to enter Trump Tower at the time, as Trump was just a candidate.
A health fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium will offer free screenings, body mass index readings and dental checks, as well as tips on car booster seat installation and bicycle safety.
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First Known Use of screening
SCREENING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of screening for English Language Learners
: an event in which a movie is shown to an audience
: the act of doing a test on a person or a person's blood, urine, etc., to look for evidence of a disease, illegal drug, etc.
: the act of examining people or things in order to decide if they are suitable for a particular purpose
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