Did you maybe mean jews?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hew.
“Death, in the day of contention, serves my arm, and my sword hews away the joints.”
“In this case, the story of St. Jimmy the drug dealer, the and ingenue Whatshername hews closely to the story line laid out in "American Idiot.”
“In this case, the story of St. Jimmy the drug dealer, the Jesus of Suburbia and ingenue Whatshername hews closely to the story line laid out in "American Idiot.”
“Triana's script, written with Columbian playwright Carlos Jose Reyes, hews closely to its source.”
“Experts say that's typical of the current coverage by Chinese media in the U.S., which tiptoes around sensitive topics and hews more toward coverage of culture and finance.”
“Though Mr. Bosworth faithfully hews to his program of presenting a series of evolving visions of Rome's destiny, his account is also as a vivid evocation of life in the city.”
“Patricia Phelps de Cisneros , a collector based in New York, hews closely to her collection's focus—Latin American art—and rarely blows her budget.”
“Instead, Our Lady of Walsingham hews to the true language of Christian faith.”
“Couples hews to a formula not unlike Better With You, and not better than in which three couples are constantly contrasted.”
“When in doubt, Paige Adams-Geller, who designs denim styles for adults, hews to a few simple strategies.”
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