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I spend my nights stitching and unstitching hems, collars, cuffs, filling them with the product of my curse.
Valentines, part the first mllelaurel 2009
Others who criticized various drafts, and to whom I am very grateful, are J.rry Coyne, J. Anderson Thomson, R. Elisabeth Cornwell, Ursula Goodenough, Latha Menon and especially Karen Owens, critic extraordinaire, whose acquaintance with the stitching and unstitching of every draft of the book has been almost as detailed as my own.
The God Delusion Dawkins, Richard, 1941- 2006
Without the benefit of the final stitching and unstitching, Trimalchio sometimes sags.
Ch'ing Wen commenced by unstitching the lining, and, inserting under it,
Eldár took them, and at once went into the moonlight, drew a small knife from under his dagger, and started unstitching the lining of the beshmét.
Hadji Murad 1904
The payout would buy Greece time as seven countries including Germany, Europe's dominant economy, consider unstitching a July accord on a second bailout, potentially calling for Greek bond writedowns of as much as 50 percent that would constitute default, two European officials said.
Please tell me this is ok or do I have to start unstitching
Army Rumour Service 2010
The plan reverses years of unstitching the Maoist-era social safety net that used to send "barefoot doctors" across rural areas of China to provide free or nearly free basic care.
Labor is now unstitching the monster it created in Telstra 20 years ago.
IN upgrading its broadband plans to an ambitious $43 billion fibre to the home network, Labor is now unstitching the monster it created in Telstra 20 years ago.