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the outer covering of an animal

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It was subsequently carbon dated and found to be at least more than 1,350 years old, with the fact that it had been written on animal skin as opposed to paper ensuring its longevity.
We will carry out in- depth investigation to obtain information about the network of people involved in the illegal trade of animal skin and organs," a senior police officer said.
In this new study, researchers investigated children from a city environment who had been exposed to animal skin by sleeping on the material shortly after birth.
c_id=6&objectid=11320757) New Zealand Herald , results of the study showed that 55 percent of infants who slept on animal skin for the first three months are 79 percent less prone to developing asthma when they hit six years old, in comparison to those who did not sleep on animal fur.
It is against the law to bring endangered animal skins into Britain.
The seized goods include ivory, bones, teeth and animal skin, AP reported.
The fact that Stallybrass and Jones do not pursue their question in relation to gloves further is a pity because animal skin (as they point out in another study) is an interesting thing in early modern thinking because its relation to the human is a complex one.
During the period 1888-1928, he finds ideas about masculinity could be more freely expressed and exhibited under cover of an animal skin.
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The tiles feature nature-inspired prints, such as animal skin, stones and leaves.
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Perhaps someone invented them by shading her head with a large leaf or animal skin in the summer.
Middle English furre, "fur trim or lining for a garment," was shortened from the synonymous word furour, or else derived from a verb furren, "to trim or line (a garment) with animal skin.
Twenty-eight of these signs are distinctive elements, similar to individual letters, that might represent things like corn, eyes, or animal skin.
The scientists regard the marks inscribed in the stone as script because they include 28 distinctive elements, such as signs depicting maize, parallel sets of eyes, and an animal skin.