She was forced to flee to Belgium for corrective surgery in December 2018, where she wasmade to stay awakewhile her surgeon sliced down the side of her face to pull back the excess skin and restitch
it behind her ears.
the pocket along the previous stitching line.
"You can either cut the scar out and restitch
it, or you provide laser treatment for scar fading."
Asking for hepped-up programing in a constituency office to restitch
the connection between politics and people might seem like a tall order.
Taking inspiration from a new trend called upcycling, volunteers will cut, glue, restitch
and reshape clothes, furniture and other goods into wearable and bespoke pieces which will then be sold to customers in a dedicated area of the shop to channel more money into the charity.
(77) In "To Fight the Losing War, to Remember the Lost War," Junko Oba demonstrates how this worked in the whole unfolding of gunka (Japanese military song) as a genre, demonstrating how the popularization of the genre led to its uses as a forum for questioning the motivations of war (35) and for detaching notions of friendship from loyalty to the emperor and attempting to restitch
them to a less militant sort of nation (39).
Hilda Fogarty said she was offering to help two men who came into her shop, Restitch
, in Kingsway Avenue, Teesville, Middlesbrough, when they stole the handbag.
A doctor came into restitch
my wounds - it was a bit like F k t i !N I' f li d i Frankenstein!
In this case, we revise the part in terms of the whole and/or the whole in terms of the part in order to restitch
an integrated understanding.
stitch and restitch
during numerous surgical operations without the
And since you don't separate the cloth cover from the plastic TPL, there's no need to restitch
the cover back to the TPL.
(5) Though officials remained skeptical of the venture's success, the training of midwives--dayas in Sudan Arabic--was dual purposed, for it is they who perform pharaonic circumcisions, then cut through the resulting scar tissue to enable delivery and restitch
a woman's genital wound after birth.