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01. Tarek had to get four [stitches] in his forehead after falling off his bicycle.
02. The children were learning to [stitch] little hand puppets in their crafts class.
03. She decorated the table cloth with some beautiful [stitching].
04. The doctor [stitched] the cut on his arm in just a few seconds.
05. I got a sharp [stitch] in my side after running a couple of miles.
06. You need to [stitch] the two pieces of fabric together.
07. The women had [stitched] a beautiful pattern of roses on the blanket.
08. There is an old saying which states that a [stitch] in time saves nine.
09. The [stitching] in this blanket is coming out.
10. I didn't have to get [stitches] when I cut my arm. The doctor used some kind of super glue to close the wound instead.
11. The little girl [stitched] her name onto the front of the blouse she had made in her sewing class.
12. There is a Malagasy proverb which notes that if love is torn apart, you cannot [stitch] the pieces together again.
13. The [stitching] on the inside of my shoes is rubbing against my toes, and causing blisters.
14. An old proverb notes that a [stitch] in time saves nine.

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