[ US /ˈskɹinɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /skɹˈiːnɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /skɹˈiːnɪŋ/ ]
- the display of a motion picture
the act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it
the cover concealed their guns from enemy aircraft
- testing objects or persons in order to identify those with particular characteristics
- fabric of metal or plastic mesh
How To Use screening In A Sentence
- This is the only country in Europe to deny cancer screening to its citizens.
- They propose genetic screening for newborns to potentially benefit both the child and the rest of the family.
- Early screenings suggested as much, or suggested trouble at least, as preview audiences found the film too dark and violent, all in all too un-Leo.
- Screening programmes result in further tests that can do harm. Times, Sunday Times
- The course content included identification, screening and early intervention and medical implications like epilepsy, hyperactivity and brain dysfunctions.
- There is no known cure for hebephilia and no effective initial screening mechanism, says psychologist James Cantor, who leads a team of researchers from Toronto's Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and other hospitals in studying the role of the brain in causing pedophilia and hebephilia. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
- With the rollout of Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story, continuing through the end of November (click here for screening locator), a classical music sighting is made that the famous 18th century philosopher Moses Mendelssohn would have been proud of. Laurence Vittes: Classical Music Media Sighting: Felix Mendelssohn Introduces Interview With Sandy Koufax
- The screening of this film will be followed by a discussion on illegal immigration.
- Objective To explore the diagnostic value of screening cervix lesion with colposcope .
- Incentives may be aimed directly at individual doctors such as capitation payments, caps on fee-for-service income, and target payments for screening set proportions of a population.