Seam

• (n.) A line or depression left by a cut or wound; a scar; a cicatrix. • (n.) Hence, a line of junction; a joint; a suture, as on a ship, a floor, or other structure; the line of union, or joint, of two boards, planks, metal plates, etc. • (n.) The fold or line formed by sewing together two pieces of cloth or leather. • (n.) Th...
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Seam

1. An area of the field on the edges of a defensive zone. An area that may cause confusion to the defensive coverage. 2. A route where a receiver runs downfield for 8-10 yards, and then angles in towards the center. Essentially a fly that changes angles. The receiver does not generally break and will be heading downfield at all times during the rou...
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seam

bed noun a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit; `he worked in the coal beds`
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Seam

[sewing] In sewing, a seam is the join where two or more layers of fabric, leather, or other materials are held together with stitches. Prior to the invention of the sewing machine, all sewing was done by hand. Seams in modern mass-produced household textiles, sporting goods, and ready-to-wear clothing are sewn by computerized machines, whi...
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Seam

Seam (sēm) noun [ See Saim .] Grease; tallow; lard. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng.] Shak. Dryden.
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Seam

Seam intransitive verb To become ridgy; to crack open. « Later their lips began to parch and seam Latin Wallace.
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Seam

Seam noun [ Middle English seem , seam , Anglo-Saxon seám ; akin to Dutch zoom , Old High German soum , German saum , LG. soom , Icelandic saumr , Swedish & Danish söm , and English sew . √ 156. See Sew to fasten...
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Seam

Seam transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Seamed ; present participle & verbal noun Seaming .] 1. To form a seam upon or of; to join by sewing together; to unite. 2. To mark with something resembling a seam; to l...
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Seam

A stratum or bed of coal.
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Seam

A stratum or bed of coal.
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Seam

A surface defect on a casting related to but of lesser degree than a Cold Shut; a ridge on the surface of a casting caused by a crack in the mold face.
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seam

Line along which two pieces or sections of fabric are sewn together. Different types of seam are used in different situations. In most factory-produced clothing, plain...
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seam

Line along which two pieces or sections of fabric are sewn together. Different types of seam are used in different situations. In most factory-produced clothing, plain machine-sewn seams are used
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seam

Origin: OE. Seem, seam, AS. Seam; akin to D. Zoom, OHG. Soum, G. Saum, LG. Soom, Icel. Saumr, Sw. & Dan. Som, and E. Sew. ... See Sew to fasten with thread. ... 1. The fold or line formed by sewing together two pieces of cloth or leather. ... 2. Hence, a line of junction; a joint; a suture, as on a ship, a floor, or other structure; the line of...
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Seam

see Coal Seam.
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Seam

The result when two pieces of fabric are sewn together along a line.
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Seam

The ridge of stitching that holds the two halves of a ball together, and causes deviation off the pitch when the ball lands. Seam bowlers, as opposed to swing bowlers, rely on movement off the pitch, rather than through the air
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Seam

The seam was a British measurement of glass equal to 120 lbs.
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Seam

The six rows of raised stitching around the equator of a cricket ball.
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Seam

the stitching on the ball.
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Seam

the stitching on the ball.
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Seam

These are bands of coal that run between other rocks underground. The miners often gave the different seams names such as Scremerston Main Seam or Cooper Eye Seam.
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Seam

When serving, the spot between passers; when attacking, the spot between blockers.
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seam

[n] - a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit 2. [n] - joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces 3. [v] - put together with a seam 4. [v] - join with a seam
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