But should you lack the energy to sift through the glut of options yourself, we can at least helpfully endorse this one.
But if you can sift through all of the legal posturing, a fairly accurate portrait of Sterling himself does begin to emerge.
I asked Rodriguez how he managed to sift through so many images of death.
He then proceeds to sift through the economic mess and clearly lays it all out in 100 pages.
They must sift through the evidence to support the accuser as well as the accused.
sift together twice the flour, soda, baking powder and add to the molasses mixture.
sift the baking powder and spices with the flour and add these.
They will take about four hours to dry, then pound them fine, sift and put them into bottles, and seal them down.
Having resolved to sift and examine the entire heap, I at once set about my task.
sift the Indian meal and the flour into a pan, and mix them well.
Old English siftan "pass (something) through a sieve," from Proto-Germanic *sib- (cf. Dutch ziften, Middle Low German sichten, German sichten "to sift;" see sieve (n.)). Intransitive sense "to pass loosely or fall scatteredly" is from 1590s. Metaphoric sense of "look carefully through" first recorded 1530s. Related: Sifted; sifting.
SHARE Internal Fortran Translator. Translation utility designed for converting Fortran II to Fortran IV. The word "sift" was often used as a verb to describe converting code from one language to another. Sammet 1969, p.153.