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chaff

1. chaffed hay; called also chop.
2. the winnowings from a threshing, consisting of awns, husks, glumes and other relatively indigestible materials.
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And, I imagine, it's also a real challenge for an actor too, so it really separates the wheat from the chaff.
99 ROLE-playing games are plentiful in the console world, and what you'll often find really separates the wheat from the chaff is not the graphics, the sound, or the gameplay, but the storyline.
99 Role-playing games are plentiful and what you'll often find separates the wheat from the chaff is not the graphics, the sound, or the gameplay, but the storyline.