doeskin


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soft leather from deerskin or lambskin

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a fine smooth soft woolen fabric

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Richard II, for instance, a prime example of royal profligacy, commissioned a coat of white doeskin hung from collar to hem with perfectly matched rubies.
This allows the reader to also enjoy doeskin trousers.
THE FAMOUS military red and black doeskin cloth, worn by generations of soldiers - and Prince William on his wedding day - was the inspiration behind a fashion design project for students at the University of Huddersfield.
The Great Lie by Myrrha Stanford-Smith He turned to see that very man standing beside Alleyn, pulling a pair of doeskin gloves between long fingers and smiling at him.
She attended high school, helped out on the former Glenview Farm her family operated in Barre and was employed by Doeskin Co.
Instead they showed the classic Indian head in feather headdress or the Indian princess in beaded doeskin.
you are the presence of what were suburbs in 1955 white nymph anterior attention no words in you but lying in state like a flower like a golden sleeve god's assistance the imminent sting it was a book thousands of readers changed in the continuation the world is round but what will be brought to us can't be remembered an unknown source winced when you said it panting & kissing to coax into light that certain desperate branding iron hot noon singular like your heart with rejoicing a child sleeps in a pile of doeskin snowman rooted yearning to respond you touched her sleeping breasts forgot where you were freed from beat & measure but wilting could a dream send up that refreshing breeze that turns out to sea & eventually sleeps
Finished in Her Majesty's special order shade of dark green with doeskin interior, it's only done 43,000 royal miles and the estimate is an astonishing pounds 3,000-pounds 5,000.
Clothed, the male is feminized, sporting a silk shirt and a pair of doeskin gloves.
AUSS hausse (type of breech site for a cannon), Saussurean OAS oast, boast, Milquetoast (an AEIOU word) OES doeskin, woesome OPS ethnosychology OSS osseter (sp.
They cost from pounds 375 for flat block in doeskin suede velvet up to pounds 675 for corner block luxury leathers.
Sterling removes his doeskin glove and "tender[s] his hand to our Master" (315).
The narrator describes himself as not living in the woods "cloaked in doeskin and bear scat," but as dwelling in the margins, in the "space between" the highway and the deep woods.