from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of screening.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The refuse left after screening sand, coal, ashes, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The refuse matter left after sifting coal, etc.
- The small or defective grains of wheat separated by sifting.
- The second grade of polished rice.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A second night of screenings is scheduled for October 8.
The new guidelines on mammogram screenings is a glimpse of what would happen with goverment approved healthcare.
The essay is a personal one, about life lived through cinematic markers, childhood laughter and pants-wetting (the author's brother's pants, not the author's) while watching a Mickey Mouse cartoon, a queer adolescence that highlighted choices in screenings and choices society wouldn't let him make in the hormonally-charged back row seats, and adulthood musings on the Kiwi itch to travel and New Zealand's rediscovery of herself through her own filmmaking achievements.
I'm with the movie people on this one, the offer of private screenings is a respectful and honest one (as well as a great marketing deal, let's be honest).
According to Box Office Mojo, Iron Man 2’s $52. 4m opening, which includes approximately $7. 5m it earned at Thursday midnight screenings, is no. 7 on the all-time list for first-day box-office grosses.
Some of the most surprising feedback I’ve had since the festival screenings is a lot of response from men saying that they have grappled with body issues their whole life, and held back from chasing their dreams because of self-doubt.
Watched subtitled screenings of Godard'sÀBout de Souffle
Why did you feel that way, and what do you feel the screenings are accomplishing?
The film did 8.2% of its business in midnight screenings, which is a bit high 5-6% is the norm, but nowhere near the 19% that the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part I or Twilight Saga: New Moon notched in their midnight showings.
But he likes to see the finished specials, too, and in the past he's come to watch them with the audience at our cast and crew screenings, which is amazing for them and a really fun experience.
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