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But, oh no, they've got to force feed poor Renee doughnuts again, sew together another pair of windsocks to make her new knickers and have a re-run of a pair of fortysomething men scrapping in the streets like a pair of teenagers.
The artist interprets space as rhythm, as a continuous blossoming of elements in perpetual transformation, and utilizes ornamental patterns to sew together various sections of the pictorial surface.
They also fail to sew together the crucial threads of success--establishing what is known as "strategic alignment.
But that was because it was necessary to recreate the city as the capital of the most powerful nation in Europe, and to sew together the horrific past, the troubled present and a hopeful future with as much grace as possible.
Pin, then sew together around the edges; turn your fi nished cushion right side out.
Ryder and O'Leary made a last-ditch attempt to sew together a partnership in the wake of Pat O'Neill's resignation two years ago.
Often they've won, sometimes they've lost, but somehow they've slowly managed to sew together a green patchwork quilt covering more than 60,000 acres of chaparral and sandstone.
Inspired by traditional Laplander costume, the tunics start with broad pieces of wool or polyester fleece, which you cut and sew together, then embroider.
Snapple has used mobile to sew together a complex multi-channel project and build a mobile community," said Jonathon Linner, CEO, Enpocket.
It took us about three hours to sew together and one and a half hours to put up.
An encouraging sign is that Julie Watkins, editor of Sew Today, which alternatively features Vogue, Butterick and McCall patterns, has launched a competition to encourage the handing down of dressmaking skills called Sew Today, Sew Together.
Place the materials face to face, and sew together, leaving a 10 inch gap somewhere along a side seam.
eXcelon) combines a top-down approach to tackling business problems with the low-level Extensible Markup Language (XML)-based integration technologies required to sew together disparate systems into the composite business applications required to support business processes that span multiple systems across internal and external entities," according to Beth Barling in the AMR Alert on European E-Business.
As Wales prepare to meet Scotland today at the start of this year's Six Nations Championship, Jim Pritchard has been busy sitting astride a 'horse' to sew together the panels of a traditional match rugby ball.