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sewer

(so͞o′ər)
n.
An artificial, usually underground conduit for carrying off sewage or rainwater.

sewer

A regional slang term for a vein into which an illicit drug is injected.
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On the other hand, research suggests that the desire to retain control and influence over day-to-day operations is a top priority in family firms, as maintaining control is directly connected with the family's maintenance of its internal SEW agenda (Chrisman et al.
Be sure to align the proper sides and sew them together.
She said she first learned to sew as a teenager from her 89-year old aunt, Stella Joanis.
Sew a button onto the top side of the opposite end of the ribbon.
A second set of Girl Scouts will be back next Saturday at the Sewing Machine Warehouse in Northridge to sew more stockings, for a total of about 150 stockings, which will be stuffed with holiday goodies by Holly Grove Children and Family Services in Los Angeles and then given to foster children.
There are moments when Sew Hoy's constructions disappoint, when their craft could have been better and the work pushed toward deliberately fine rather than default-funky.
To keep long sleeved shirts from bunching up at the elbows when you put on a jacket or sweater, sew loops inside the cuffs.
The ability to sew has, quite literally, been a lifesaver for me.
propose that the specific SEW dimension the family owners stress determines their focus on PSE.
Pin the stockings together and then sew all around the chalk sewing line using backstitch.
I make all of my unmentionables, but I do not sew all of my clothes, because I am a thrift store shopaholic.
At the same time, the computerized technology on more expensive models has become so advanced that it's actually easier than ever to sew.