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WEAR. A great dam made across a river, accommodated for the taking of fish, or to convey a stream to a mill. Jacob's Law Dict. h.t. Vide Dam.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Besides, it will do you just as well as the one you're wearing, for all practical purposes."
"Did he offer to lend you his class pin, or has it been so long since he graduated that he's left off wearing it?
Suddenly Joey was standing beside us, it could not have been more sudden though he had come from beneath the table, and he was wearing his pantomime clothes (which he told us afterward were the only clothes he had) and his red and white face was so funny that David made gurgling sounds, which were his laugh trying to force a passage.
All the extended wear contact lens are disposable that are discarded after wearing it for one or two weeks.
In my opinion, wearing helmet provides us some benefits for some reasons.
During the visit of Duterte the to Malaysia in November 2016, Panelo was seen wearing tattered jeans and a shining black leather jacket.
The wearing out of steel plates ends up costing millions of dollars in losses for heavy industries and manufacturing sector players.
Many people will be wearing black and while black is a great colour to wear (and very slimming) you will want to accessorise with some fabulous metallic or brightly coloured accessories and shoes.
Many thought that this party was for women wearing shuttlecock burkas and was not happy even with girls wearing two-piece burkas.
The type and intensity of abrasive wear depends on abrasive mass (particle size, form, composition, hardness, dampness) and the wearing surface properties (composition, hardness), and also the abrasive particle and surface hardness ratio [3].
I like to look nice - Chelsea McGee, 18, a barmaid from Middlesbrough You do see people wearing a lot of make-up round here.