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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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The next morning, at nine o'clock, he entered Franz's room, followed by a tailor, who had eight or ten Roman peasant costumes on his arm; they selected two exactly alike, and charged the tailor to sew on each of their hats about twenty yards of ribbon, and to procure them two of the long silk sashes of different colors with which the lower orders decorate themselves on fete-days.
It took three days to sew all the strips together, but when it was finished they had a big bag of green silk more than twenty feet long.
All were looking so safe and cosy that she smiled at her fears now and sat down tranquilly by the fire to sew.
It was not an easy thing to fasten the hides together where we had split them along the belly to remove them from their carcasses, but by remaining out until the others had all been sewed in with my help, and then leaving an aperture in the breast of Perry's skin through which he could pass his hands to sew me up, we were enabled to accomplish our design to really much better purpose than I had hoped.
He noted the firm, efficient hands--hands that could control a horse like Bob, that could run a typewriter almost as fast as a man could talk, that could sew on dainty garments, and that, doubtlessly, could play on the piano over there in the corner.
You see we used to sit under the pines and sew, and talk a great deal all the ladies, I mean and I liked it very much.
Most superior work, ma'am, and I'm deeply grateful; so much so, that I'll sew on these buttons myself, and save those tired fingers from another prick.
He evidently had, for he was soon back with a funny little work-bag, out of which he produced a thimble without a top; and, having threaded his needle, he proceeded to sew on the buttons so handily that Rose was much impressed and amused.
On Saturday it rained and she worked herself up into such a frantic state lest it should keep on raining until and over Wednesday that Marilla made her sew an extra patchwork square by way of steadying her nerves.
sometimes she sews it with white, and sometimes she sews it with black.
3 For the bag, place fabric A on fleece D and sew along the top edge in zigzag stitch.
Large star sewing is also a defect that undervalues the Kuma and makes customers reluctant to return to the women that sew the Kuma and look for skilled sewers who sew small stars, not rising from each other, which gives Kuma more beauty.