Screening in a sentence as a noun

More than 2 interviews after the inital HR screening, move on.

And yet, there is only one gate in the entire terminal that has "secondary screening", the one for the New York flight.

One reason for this is the lack of a rapid, sensitive, inexpensive screening method.

Every time I enter the US, which is about once a month or so, they send me to a back room for secondary screening.

I opt out every time that I fly, and I always request a public screening, because I want people to see me being patted down.

At those places, from your screening interview forward, you are only evaluated by someone on the business side of things.

I was like, "Cool story bro".The reason why I bring that up is because I noticed the same pattern here; this job ad is screening for desperate people lacking a spine.

Because the law permits him to do so, he is effectively pre-screening what can come before a jury in the case and he has declared that he will put a tight limit on what is permissible.

"After saying that, they can use this as a learning exercise for their community about how screening hosts and travelers yourself is important.--[Edit]: Is she in San Francisco?

In this case, for instance, better screening of incoming customers to ensure their sites really can be scaled on the WPEngine platform would filter out problems like this before they become problems.

Then, in Lion, solely to be able to market it as a new feature, they tweaked it to conflate full-screening with spaces and broke the feature for many people that had been happily using it for over 5 years.

The technical interview is overwhelmingly the primary screening method of choice at the world's most competent software development companies.

Screening definitions


the display of a motion picture

See also: showing viewing


fabric of metal or plastic mesh


the act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it; "the cover concealed their guns from enemy aircraft"

See also: cover covering masking


testing objects or persons in order to identify those with particular characteristics