Then he sewed himself in the sack with one of the abbe's needles.
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So they gave their sister some needles and put her in a sack and put the sack on one of the pack-bullocks.
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This he also stuffed with hay and sewed with a bone needle to the big sack.
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For sewing up the sacks, the planter needs a large peanut-sack needle and twine made purposely for this business.
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There are two kinds of sack-needles in general use.
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The needles were threaded and placed in convenient proximity to the sacks.
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