- n surgical joining of two surfaces
- v join with a suture
- Around Asia, womenand increasingly, menare nipping and tucking, sucking and suturing, injecting and implanting, all in the quest for better looks.
- Horton is wrong to say that there has been no previous description of photographs of Graner suturing the face of a prisoner.
- Serling had hardly begun his suturing job whenonly six days before showtime Producer Martin Manulis called his director.