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hemming

[′hem·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Forming of an edge by bending the metal back on itself.
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Axiros, a German company that specialises in device management solutions for telecoms and M2M markets, has hired Matthew Hemming as VP of sales and business development for the EMEA region.
Gary Hemming, 30, admitted unlawfully wounding Lee Hamer at the Prince of Wales pub, Treorchy, on April 29.
We are pleased the courts have supported the view we have repeatedly expressed to Mr Hemming - we have made every effort to deal with the issue of dumped green waste during the transitional first year of our new chargeable service.
Mr Hemming, who represent Yardley for the Liberal Democrats, has proposed laws requiring judges to consider whether a child could be placed with its extended family rather than into local authority care.
Speaking to Gulf News, Hemming, who has produced some of the finest wickets for the matches held here so far, said: "We have chosen wicket number four, which was used for the series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Mr Hemming confirmed that Beauty was traced over the weekend after a member of the public called his office.
She was captured on CCTV stealing a four-month-old tabby from the home of Emily Cox, the long-term lover of Liberal Democrat John Hemming.
Hemming Cameras filmed Mrs Hemming crawling on her hands and knees beneath a window before entering the property and emerging with the cat, named Beauty, under her arm.
CREEPING under cover of darkness, Christine Hemming slips into her love rival's house and callously steals her pet kitten.
Christine Hemming, 53, stole four-month-old Beauty a few days after separating from Liberal Democrat John Hemming last September.
Giving evidence earlier this week, Mrs Hemming said the incident at Ms Cox's property in Moseley, Birmingham, was "just a blur".