moccasin


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soft leather shoe

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Men and women danced in moccasins, and the place was soon a-roar, Burning Daylight the centre of it and the animating spark, with quip and jest and rough merriment rousing them out of the slough of despond in which he had found them.
Soft-tanned moccasins of moose-hide, beaded in Indian designs, covered his feet.
Also, the dog-driver rubbed Buck's feet for half an hour each night after supper, and sacrificed the tops of his own moccasins to make four moccasins for Buck.
He ain't ever told me you was here; told me to come, and he'd show me a lot of water- moccasins. If anything happens HE ain't mixed up in it.
"Do the Maquas dare to leave the print of their moccasins in these woods?"
"Then I can take off my moccasins and he comfortable."
Speaking on the moccasin, Inspector Operation Hazara Motorway police said that every year 1.3 million people lost their lives in the world while more than 40 million people got critical injuries.
The water moccasin caught her just above the right ankle.
The range includes timeless silhouettes such as the suede desert boot, the Chelsea boot and the moccasin which have all had a bright colour revamp.
The Scope Of Services Included In These Specifications Shall Be For All Labor, Benefits, Equipment, Fuel, And Any Other Related Expenses Necessary To Provide Programmable Logic Controller (Plc) Services For The Waste Resources Division, Including The Moccasin Bend Wastewater Treatment Plant (Mbwwtp), 455 Moccasin Bend Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405.
1 February 2017 - Charlotte, NC-based behavioural healthcare management and operations company Vizion Health, LLC has acquired Oklahoma-based psychiatric hospital Willow Crest Hospital and residential treatment center Moccasin Bend Ranch, the company said.
The oldest known leather footwear is a 5,500-year-old center-seam moccasin that was discovered in an Armenian cave.
The needlegrass was too tall to see much of her, only sketchy outlines of her back and tail, but some sense warned me and, commanding Jody to "Leave it," I ran forward to discover a very large moccasin coiled and showing its cottonmouth.
The travelling exhibit features over 1,700 unfinished moccasin tops made by artists all over Canada and from around the world.
The installation includes 1,700 moccasin tops, also called vamps or uppers, intentionally not sewn into the moccasins to represent the unfinished lives of the women.