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a guard at an airport who checks passengers or their luggage at a security checkpoint

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This includes online applications, fee payments, press kits and now Secure Online Screeners, providing a complete submission and previewing solution.
Othmar Pfannes, CEO of Genedata, said : 'More than half of the top 25 pharmaceutical companies already rely on Genedata Screener to support a wide variety of plate-based screening technologies, making it the platform of choice for all types of screening data analysis.
TSA has done its job training screeners to detect metal objects, but that's not enough," Gage said.
There is concern that returning to private screeners would hearken back to those "bad old days when we contracted out security to the lowest bidder, and we saw how that worked out," says Kristie Greco, press secretary to Rep.
When they're asked to choose, though, most observers believe that the shorter campaigning season had more of an effect on this year's results than the more divisive screener contretemps.
Get tips on how to use the screener and scorecard more effectively.
The long-stroke, gyratory motion-four times as long as that of vibratory screeners, Rotex says- spreads pellets evenly across the full width of the unit.
A report that finds fault with the hiring, compensation, and training of airport security screeners topped the agenda of a recent congressional hearing held by the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure's Subcommittee on Aviation.
We believe that Genedata Screener is the gold standard for screening data analysis, said Steve Rees, vice president of Screening Sciences and Sample Management at AstraZeneca.
11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Chaikin Analytics, a stock research and analysis platform, today announced the integration of a proprietary stock screener into the Chaikin Analytics platform.
First invented over two decades ago, the Russell Compact Sieve[R] was the first straight-through vibratory screener on the market and since then has been installed within a wide range of food and pharmaceutical applications across the world.
The author of those words should know: He (or she) used to be a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screener at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey.
The screener is powered by a 129-hp Caterpillar C4.
In one instance, one of the drug smugglers who had been in touch with an airport screener ended up going to the wrong terminal and was stopped at a checkpoint with 4.
Concealed inside some of the bags are explosives, which the screener learns to spot.