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“Sifting is part of the ritual of baking, one of those traditions passed from generation to generation without anyone really asking why.”
“Sifting," winnowing baskets, and trays are round or triangular.”
“Acorn and Seed Meal Winnowing, "Sifting" Baskets, and Trays.”
“Sifting through the job cuts in the north of England, the Institute for Public Policy Research has found that it was initially the private sector that saw the squeeze as small businesses were hit by banks not lending.”
“Sifting through his confusion, clarity arrived in the sound of foreign voices, ones yelling concise commands with chilling bravado, their bark exacerbating his terror as he realized the moment.”
“Sifting through the rubble, he must figure out what should be salvaged and what should be scrapped.”
“Sifting through the history of parental consent, Justice Thomas noted the Revolutionary-period belief that "the Republic would require virtuous citizens.”
“I'm not yet comfortable posting this status update on Facebook: Sifting through Thanksgiving dinner invites.”
“Sifting through a host of studies on learning style, they found no study that proved conclusively that a teaching approach that was effective for one style of learner was NOT effective for a different style of learner.”
“Sifting through the vile images, videos and inspector's notes was an unbearable process for Born Free USA staff.”
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