Why You Should Stop Reading The New York Times and Get The Real Stuff
Posted by Breitbart News on Monday, February 20, 2019 07:08:19If you’re not reading The New Yorker, you probably don’t know that there is no such thing as a “sewer.”
The phrase originated in the late 1800s in the United States as a reference to the many ways the government sewed things up and kept them from going down the drain.
In other words, sewers.
This phrase came to be used to describe people who used machines that were capable of doing all the things you and I do when we sew our clothes: drying, binding, sewing, ironing, mending, and so on.
In the early 1900s, a lot of the things we now call sewers were also made by sewing machines, so this phrase had a good run as a way to describe them.
But by the mid-1900s, the term had become a term for anything that used machines, whether they were sewers or not.
In its current form, however, the phrase is a misnomer, because it implies that the machines themselves were sewn up and the sewn-up parts were just used as the final touches on the garment.
If you have never read The New Republic, you should at least check out the latest issue, and you should also stop reading The Daily Beast, the online version of The New England Review.
I don’t have much time left for The New American, so I’ll just leave you with a quick quote from the article I’m linking to: “I never understood why this phrase was so hard to understand.”
It goes on to explain that sewn fabrics and the machines that made them were just not quite what we’d come to associate with sewers, but it does explain why the phrase has stuck.
I’m sure you can guess what I mean.
I mean that the word “sew” in the modern sense was originally an adjective and meant to denote things that were made by machines.
And while this has evolved, the word sews has a whole bunch of different meanings in the American lexicon.
There’s also the fact that it refers to fabric, which is what you’d expect to find in a sewn garment.
You might think that the fabric is the sew.
But in the 19th century, fabric was the first thing that Americans started sewing with.
That’s because they had a whole lot of fabric to sew.
When they started to do laundry, for instance, they were using cotton to sew the clothes together, and that meant that their garments were often much more complicated than they might be now.
If they wanted to sew a piece of clothing, they had to make a lot more than just two rows of stitching, which means they had lots of sewing machines.
The fabric they were sewing with was not going to be as sturdy as a machine, so they needed something to hold it in place, something to keep it from moving around when it was being sewn.
This is where the term “machine” comes into play.
Today, most of the time, people refer to a machine as a sewing machine.
A sewing machine is an object that, for a particular reason, does not fit in with our current sense of the term.
We’ve been using it to describe things that have a certain shape, like a handbag or a car seat.
In those cases, we have to refer to the object as a hand, so the object can be called a machine.
The term “sewing” in this sense has no particular meaning.
What’s happening is that we’re using the term sews, but not necessarily the term machine.
We’re using it because the machine has become so ubiquitous that we can now refer to things that are not machines, but are still technically machines.
But for the machine to be a machine in the sense that we mean, we still have to understand what that means.
That is, the machine is still a piece that has to be put together, but we can say that the machine was made by the machine.
There are a number of different ways in which we can refer to machines, and we can even use the term in different contexts.
There is the word machine that refers to the thing itself, and then there is the more formal word machine, which describes a piece, and a machine that uses a machine to make something.
The more technical term machine, however much it’s in use today, was used in the 1800s to describe the process of assembling a machine so that it can be used.
That was a very different thing from what we now use to refer specifically to a sewing needle.
When we say that we made the machine, we mean that we were using a machine and that the thing we made was a machine: a machine of some kind.
That definition also is different from the one used in a modern dictionary.
For example, the first time you read the