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  • She was taken to hospital and required stitches on the back of her head.
  • He went to the hospital but was told he didn't need stitches.
  • Another series of pictures taken by me and then stitched together via software.
  • He heard her shut-to the front door, and still he went on stitching. Cited from News from the Duchy, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • Stitches has been translated into seven different languages and published in nine different countries.
  • The parts are stitched together along the shoulder lines and all the way down.
  • She has four arms and a variety of stitch patterns across her body.
  • In white work the stitches should be fine, showing as little as possible. Cited from Textiles and Clothing, by Kate Heintz Watson
  • He continued to film for six hours to complete the scene before going to hospital to receive six stitches.
  • She was stitching herself to her own home all the time. Cited from Mrs. Budlong's Chrismas Presents, by Rupert Hughes
  • Most of the time, side stitches occur on the right side of the body.
  • He cut his hand during the incident and had to go to the hospital for stitches.
  • He was taken to a hospital, but left soon with just eleven stitches.
  • Open areas in the design can then be decorated using a variety of other stitches.
  • The head wound required several stitches and he missed another week of play.
  • He was wounded in the head but after receiving seven stitches stayed at his post.
  • Body temperature returned to normal after five days, and the stitches were removed seven days after the operation.
  • I had to go to the hospital a few times for stitches in my head and leg.
  • This is a series of pictures taken by me and then stitched together using a computer software.
  • Stitches were usually red, but again a range of other colours were sometimes used.
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Meaning of stitch

  • noun A link or loop or knot made by an implement in knitting, crocheting, embroidery, or sewing
  • noun A sharp spasm of pain in the side resulting from running