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- n. One who, or that which, screens.
- n. An advance screening of a film sent to critics, awards voters, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who screens, in either sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a guard at an airport who checks passengers or their luggage at a security checkpoint
Even if the boss doesn't care, a 23 year old HR screener is relying on a class at Southern Indiana State that told her not to hire weirdos, punks, and hippies.
As the screener is moving to screen the player getting the screen must set his man up for the screen with a proper V cut.
The waste collected from the screener is carted off to the landfill.
He finally had to order his call screener, "Bo Snerdley," to turn them away so he could move on to another topic.
Then one day he was on a rant about the lousy quality of textbooks in LAUSD -- and I called his screener and said that the barriers to entry in the textbook business weren't that high -- but that the money wasn't that good either, not in small volume.
I can't see how 'reviewing' a screener is of any use whatsoever.
A RuPaul supporter or Crazy-Jim gets by the call screener
In all fairness to the call screener, I think it was more than just the question: When I was on hold the last time she called me, I asked if, on a future program, I could discuss my lawsuit re
In all fairness to the call screener, I think it was more than just the question: When I was on hold the last time she called me, I asked if, on a future program, I could discuss my lawsuit re Terri Schiavo, and when she found out I was pro-life, she totally flipped out and hung up on me - but not before saying "I hate people like that."
Just tell the call screener that you disagree with Alex and you'll go to the head of the line ahead of all the other callers.