sewing-machine love


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  • n. Attributive form of sewing machine


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  • They said workshop managers were being charged between 300 yuan about $48 and 600 yuan for each machine used, in what Chinese discussing the matter online called the "sewing-machine tax."

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  • In the main cabin she has installed a sewing-machine.


  • The roster of clients at his sewing-machine repair shop, he says, included Emanuel Ungaro , Ralph Lauren , Michaele Vollbracht , Perry Ellis , Marc Jacobs and Liz Claiborne .

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  • Kind of looks like they took an old sewing-machine frame ... which sounds like a genius idea.

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  • The son of a sewing-machine factory manager, Mr. Rajaratnam told people his name meant "king of kings."

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  • Next, she had bought a sewing-machine and made men's drill parkas, fur caps, and moosehide mittens.

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  • {5} It was no uncommon thing in these sweatshops for men to sit bent over a sewing-machine continuously from eleven to fifteen hours


  • I had just returned from a trip below, and Miss West was venting her scorn on the River Plate and promising to go below to the sewing-machine, when we heard Mr. Pike groan.


  • Mr. Rajaratnam, 53 years old, grew up in Sri Lanka, the son of a sewing-machine company manager.

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  • Before the home sewing-machine, skilled individuals did hand-sewing at about 20 stitches a minute.

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