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Sieve, a utensil by which the fine parts of a pulverized substance are separated from the coarse: Ado V, 1, 5. All's I, 3, 208. Mcb. I, 3, 8. In Troil. II, 2, 71 Q the remainder viands we do not throw in unrespective siue; F1 same; the later Ff place; Johnson sieve, others sew or sure, i. e. sewer.