searce

searce

(sɜːs)
vb (tr)
obsolete to sift
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My next difficulty was to make a sieve or searce, to dress my meal, and to part it from the bran and the husk; without which I did not see it possible I could have any bread.
With an increasing number of partners already engaged on Google Cloud, including BluePi Happiest Minds, Searce, Team Computers, Microland, MediaAgility, Shivaami, CloudCover and PowerUp Cloud, the India partner ecosystem for Google Cloud is growing at an incredible pace.
He married Teresa Searce on June 23, 1973, in Reno and again on June 23, 1974, in Eugene.
KILLED: Gary Carr; SEARCE: Police at the scene of the attack and, inset, our front page report of the tragedy last night
Superimposed over this appears a 1967 quote attributed to Marshall McLuhan: "Today's child is bewildered when he enters the 19th Century environment that still characterizes the educational establishment where information is searce but ordered and structured by fragmented, classified patterns, subjects, and schedules."