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hemming

[′hem·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Forming of an edge by bending the metal back on itself.
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But Ms Hurley noticed her flat keys were missing, and decided that Hemming and McConville might have them.
He agreed to make a PS1,000 donation to Birmingham Children's Hospital in lieu of damages, and pay PS9,028 - almost all Mr Hemming's costs.
"I understand that those publications (social media messages) have caused Mr Hemming and his family upset and distress for which I apologise."
Hemming served as Yardley MP for ten years until 2015 when he became one of the many Lib Dems dumped by the electorate after the Coalition years.
After her death Hemming used Natalie's phone to send text messages to her friends, family and even himself.
Mr Hamer was drinking at the pub when, without warning, Hemming, of High Street, Treorchy, smashed a glass over his head, knocking him unconscious.
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.
Cameras at the home of Mr Hemming's mistress Emily Cox filmed Mrs Hemming crawling on her hands and knees beneath a window before entering the property and emerging with the cat under her arm.
CCTV images showed Christine Hemming, 53, crawling under a window in the dark in the garden of Emily Cox's home.