SIFTER


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
SIFTERScreening Instrument for Targeting Education Risk
References in periodicals archive ?
a maker of breading tables and sifters used in fast food establishments and other foodservice operations.
The most highlyrated sifter among bidders was in the 'Mountain' pattern and sold for pounds 1,800.
Given that he work was made two years after the United States' reinstatement if the death penalty, it is apropos that Sifter resembles a makeshift execution device constructed so that the viewer, in order that he or she may read a wall-mounted brass plaque, is invited to step onto a raised, catpeted platform.
This is handy as you can hold the sifter easily on the tub, sifting whatever you are sifting into it without getting it all over, whether it be dirt or cornmeal.
Great Western Manufacturing has introduced their QA24 pneumatic inline sifter.
Bands lined up to appear at the Bandzine Big Gig include local favourites Fiori, Silicon Baby, Effervescent, Pictures Paint Words, Products of the Fall, Frakkture, Viable, Sifter and Dico Hussy.
The delivery will also include the refiner system, dryer and sifter, raw board handling as well as all pneumatic and mechanical transport systems.
Nonetheless, the Lyric experience is one that will not be denied: skillfully crafted poems are scattered along James' broken road like gold for the patient sifter.
A small milk jug is pounds 3,925 and a sugar sifter pounds 6,135.
He guaranteed me that he wasn't joking - he wasn't sending me to find that proverbial left-handed smoke sifter.
After being passed through a special sifter that separates the seeds and skin from the pulp, the simple puree is finally sealed in Mason glass jars with just a sprig of fresh basil before being boiled again.
Pastry brushes, stainless steel whisks in two sizes, pastry and oven tongs, an icing set with five nozzles and a lined bag, a decorating also with five nozzles, a flour sifter and biscuit maker are all part of the new line.