tew


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tew

(tjuː)
vb
(tr) to beat (leather, etc) into a smooth condition
n
1. the preparation of something, esp leather
2. equipment for work, esp fishing gear
3. dialect a state of worry or excitement
References in classic literature ?
But they have something to say, likewise, of the Harmonic Meeting at the Sol's Arms, where the sound of the piano through the partly opened windows jingles out into the court, and where Little Swills, after keeping the lovers of harmony in a roar like a very Yorick, may now be heard taking the gruff line in a concerted piece and sentimentally adjuring his friends and patrons to "Listen, listen, listen, tew the wa-ter fall
Meantime Tom and the stanchest of his adherents had reached Harrowell's, and Sally was bustling about to get them a late tea, while Stumps had been sent off to Tew, the butcher, to get a piece of raw beef for Tom's eye, which was to be healed off- hand, so that he might show well in the morning.
I'm far more positive - I don't feel I have to make excuses for the shop any more,' said Ms Tew.
Ms Tew, who has moved to live near Blackwood, has the key role of handling the financial concerns of Kymin's older clients.
We really don't want to have to take the negotiation to a point where we call that card," Tew said.
It is claimed that the 'Tew' in Tew Brook relates to the Norse or Viking god that gave us Tuesday, but I assume it also flowed on every other day of the week
Tew Darras joined ISDA in November 2001 as assistant general counsel, and was named general counsel for the Americas in 2008.
PC Tew and Gallacher's quick actions came just two weeks after Dave had completed his defibrillator training and saw Andy give vital CPR.
Tew was said by Tracey Willingham, prosecuting at Llandudno, to have forged cheques to pay her rent.
According to Kuon, three other rebels who were walking along with Tew, sustained minor injuries and they are in stable condition.
Sales for TEW Engineering were approximately USD 16.
The supply of building materials is a major issue with simple traditional elements such as bricks being, in many cases, on a more than one-year lead-in," added Mr Tew.