- n joint consisting of a line formed by joining two pieces
- n a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface
- n a stratum of ore or coal thick enough to be mined with profit
- v put together with a seam
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- When the needle is lifted from the seam, current stored in three condensers is discharged, a spark jumps the gap and just the right amount of heat is delivered to make a good seam.
- That may have had something to do with its improbable steel ridgeback seam, several inches high, like a Mohawk haircut that bisects the car lengthwise, coursing along the hood .
- Turn on a football game, and you'll see cheerleaders with seam-popping breast implants, aging sportscasters with suspiciously tenacious hairlines and commercials for pills that .
- Clint Hurdle in Forbes
That was the best pitched game I've seen in a long time,Rockies manager Clint Hurdle said. "He had command of four pitches, late life on his fastball. His two-seam fastball was very effective to right-handers. He stayed completely away...
- Christian Ehrhoff in CBC.ca
It was a great pass by (Kyle Wellwood) through the seam,Ehrhoff said.
- Peter Wright in Daily Telegraph
If there is a loser out of this, it is the coal seam stocks. They go into the petrol rent tax scheme which is 40 per cent,Mr Wright said. "They haven't done well out of this."