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Synonyms for cowhide

leather made from the hide of a cow


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the hide of a cow

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a heavy flexible whip braided from leather made from the hide of a cow

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flog with a cowhide

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Hearing a rustling of the branches, Little John stopped and presently caught sight of the brown cowhide cap of the Tanner moving among the bushes
And now did the Tanner's cowhide cap stand him in good stead, and but for it he might never have held staff in hand again.
He said he'd cowhide me till I was black and blue if I didn't raise some money for him.
Concealed carry handbags are made from cowhides, suede, and hand rubbed leathers that soften with wear.
Among these are a tooled American cowhide handbag that is an excellent choice for everyday use.
com)-- eCowhides, one of the largest online genuine cowhides retailers in the country, announced the launch of a huge, overstock sale of up to 60% off on many of their grade A quality cowhide rugs and pillows.
eCowhides inventory of natural, one-of-a-kind cowhide rugs and pillows will transform the beauty of any room in a home or office while adding a unique decorating touch only to be found in natural products such as cowhides.
Darlings Of Chelsea have a fabulous collection of natural Bovine Cowhides from pounds 285, including this fetching brown and white
Hand-finished in Italy, the cowhides are tipped, grained, rolled, and dyed all the way through to ensure long life to its rich vibrant colours.
A IKEA sell a great collection of rugs and, in particular, cowhides.
Materials used include natural fibres, hard wearing synthetics and cowhides.
The unconventional design aesthetic differentiates these rugs from traditional cowhides," said Alex Kimia, senior executive vice president at ABC.
Due to our vanity, she said, there's a robust black market in cowhides in India.
All tastes are catered for including contemporary and traditional and the materials used in rectangular, square or round rugs include natural fibres, hard wearing synthetics and cowhides.
A descendent of these master tanners has revived the family tradition, adding new technologies to old-world craftsmanship, and utilizing the fine cowhides available in Argentina.