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seam

(sēm) a line of union.
osteoid seam  on the surface of a bone, the narrow region of newly formed organic matrix not yet mineralized.
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Traffic heading eastbound between Seamer roundabout and Crossgates roundabout will travel along the B1261 through Seamer and on to the roundabout at Crossgates.
Glamorgan's progress was then restricted by the Derbyshire seamers to under three runs an over, while there was also a most encouraging four over spell that yielded just five runs from Derbyshire's 18-year-old leg-spinner Matt Critchley.
But one thing you need a lot of is high-quality seamers.
Should Broad not be named in the starting XI, back-up seamer Ajmal Shahzad, who last featured in the ODI victory over Scotland last month, could be in line for a recall.
Fast-medium seamer Woakes was the pick of an attack including Sajid Mahmood and Liam Plunkett.
New Zealand have also decided to replace seamer Mark Gillespie with off-spinner Jeetan Patel in an attempt to rediscover the winning formula from the first Test in Hamilton despite the loss of their two senior bowlers.
The squad includes Durham's Paul Collingwood-who will be captain - and seamer Liam Plunkett.
The usually-reliable Younis Khan then followed with a thirdball nought, caught at slip off seamer Boyd Rankin.
Multi-Color's new seamer is designed to eliminate the problem of open seams that are the major cause of label applicator downtime.
Lancashire seamer James Anderson is also recalled as a spare seamer.
The first contract was for a Sympak 4-head Rotary Seamer to operate on catering cans containing pulses at speeds in excess of 120 containers per minute.
Eight years since he last represented his country at Test level, 31-year-old seamer Bicknell looks set to be brought in to the squad for this week's second Test.