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“Viral testing is an important public health screening mechanism that can quickly and efficiently identify those with infections and stop them from undergoing activities that could expose others, including potential travel,” the report said.

This would seem to be an important finding to consider as chatbot use grows — not just in the screening of patients, but even to treat depression.

Reporters wore masks and underwent temperature checks and symptom screenings before Thursday’s news conferences.

Lead screenings are the starting point to finding children at high risk and removing the source of their lead exposure.

The problem with screening is that it can be good at finding cancers that might not actually harm the patient.

After the screening, Jolie, who says she renewed her faith in “the divine” during filming, met briefly with the pope.

The first public screening of Pathé film shorts took place sometime around 1903.

According to League, Alamo Drafthouse was actively working with Sony on Monday on the possibility of screening The Interview.

“Most of those 19 locations will be screening it in some way,” he says.

This bungalow has two levels, a screening room, a dining room, many offices, an art department, and cutting rooms.

A man had come to stand beside it, his body screening the light of one of the lamps that hung from a rafter of the ceiling.

Nearer came the feet, and I peered between the interstices of the screening balustrade.

Of course, human beings could not exist in such a scene, save by closely hugging the ground, or screening themselves behind trees.

It was not entirely for the money that he undertook the laborious task of washing "riffles" and "screening tailings."

With a staff in one hand and screening her eyes with the other, old Rachel comes sidling down the steps.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to screening, such as: null, covering, masking, suppressing, veiling, and going underground.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.