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overlock

(ˈəʊvəˌlɒk)
vb (tr)
(Knitting & Sewing) to sew (a seam, hem, or edge) with a particular stitch that prevents fraying
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SimCorp (NYSE: SIM), a provider of investment management solutions and services for the global financial services industry, has announced the appointment of Robert Overlock to lead North American ASP Operations.
24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- SimCorp, a leading provider of investment management solutions and services for the global financial services industry, today announced the appointment of Robert Overlock.
2,600 s/f lease arranged by Willard Overlock of Cushman & Wakefield.
The product features 20"x 20" dimensions, handmade checkered design, unbleached natural yarn and durable overlock stitching.
It was the latter which led to her setting up a knitting group and then purchasing an overlock sewing machine to help her put old sweaters to use.
Cesari provides all course materials, including her own fabric stockpile and plenty of thread and needles along with three sewing machines and one overlock machine.
Karrie Du, 28,of 18 Overlock Drive, Northboro, charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, continued to Aug.
2005) The Collapse of Globalism and the Reinvention of the World, The Overlock Press, New York.
The business of kaaj, overlock and peeko is also facing severe difficulties as due to shortage of yarn the raw material in the wholesale market is either not available and if available then the prices are doubled, Shoaib Irshad, a sufferer shopkeeper at PIB colony said.
Of the three types, the most basic is overlock stitching, which is very durable but may let in some water.
This year, the average is 170, according to program administrator Wendy Overlock.
Other groomsmen included Tony Ankar of Birmingham, Alabama; Andrew Bivins of Amarillo, Texas; Tyler Bromley of Augusta, Georgia; William Morton of New York City; Davis Murfree of Washington, DC; Willard Overlock III of New York City; Jorge Rangel of Austin, Texas; Jack Reed III of Oxford; Hugh Russell of Amarillo, Texas; Stuart Selig of Los Angeles, California; Nell Shelton of Amarillo, Texas; Paul Smith of Amarillo, Texas; John Steele of Nashville; Tennessee; Matthew Taylor of Charlottesville, Virginia; and Patrick Ware of Amarillo, Texas.