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sewer

A system for the transmission of storm water to a controlled discharge point or for the transmission of sanitary wastewater to a treatment facility.

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Sew one part of the press stud in place on the back of the flap, and sew the other part in the corresponding position on the front of the bag.
An examination of existing research offers two distinct interpretations of how family-owned firms might respond when forms of SEW are in conflict.
Matching centers and stopping 5/8" from each end, align the border #2 side strips on the quilt as shown and sew to the quilt.
She said she's been teaching neighborhood children, ages 4 and 5, and she would love to have groups from the Girl Scouts, schools and senior centers come in to sew pillowcases, take lessons, or even have a sewing birthday party with cake, ice cream and an age-appropriate project.
Sew the ends of the loops together on the underside of one end of the ribbon.
Sew Busy is a quarter of a mile past Robinson High School on Highway 10 in west Little Rock.
To keep long sleeved shirts from bunching up at the elbows when you put on a jacket or sweater, sew loops inside the cuffs.
Get the Loveland Leggings pattern and sew along video free!
There was a time every mother made sure that her daughter knew how to sew. And it was not just for doing the small alterations but knowing how to actually sew entire clothes such as shirts, trousers, suits, pillow covers, etc.
She taught the participants the skills on how to sew loomwoven fabric into admirable bags.
Internationally accredited sewing machine expert Wendy Gardiner has been editor of leading sewing magazines, Vogue Patterns, Sewing World and Sew Hip and has produced major books and DVDs on sewing, which she passionately promotes as a fun, affordable hobby.