“But above all, those judicious collectors of bright parts, and flowers, and observandas are to be nicely dwelt on by some called the sieves and boulters of learning, though it is left undetermined whether they dealt in pearls or meal, and consequently whether we are more to value that which passed through or what stayed behind.”
“Everywhere was a mosaic of thyme-scented freshness with every contour climbed: sedges or "sieves" as the farmers call them, reeds in clusters by the track, tiny yellow flowers, carpets of a minuscule white blossom, meadow buttercups, mat grasses and emerald turf.”
“After a fortnight – during which the mixture is stirred occasionally – he sieves the waste from the fibre.”
“Only, it's a selective sieve, which is the way of most sieves, now that I think on it.”
“At left, a worker sieves coffee beans at a farm in Brazil.”
“I mean, they're just sieves and half of them don't work and they all have breaks in them. sigh.”
“For storage we hang all our pots, sieves and colanders on a pot rack that is suspended from the 20-foot-high ceiling.”
“When sports fans hear reports that suggest athletes are monetary sieves Latrell Sprewell owes the state of Wisconsin $3.5 million!”
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