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chamois

1. sheepskin specially impregnated with fish oil to make it pliable; used for cleaning.
2. an agile goat-antelope; Rupicapra rupicapra.

chamois contagious ecthyma virus
see contagious ecthyma.
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Her secret weapon to dab away the shine from perspiration was a chamois leather soaked in eau de cologne.
After a cocky start when he declared: "Give me a chamois leather and I'll do the windows on the way down," the 66-year-old almost lost his nerve.
It didn't take too much work to restore the oak panelling just lots of vinegar, chamois leather and even more elbow grease," laughs Sylvia standing in the hall where the light bounces effortlessly off the dark wood adorned with family photographs.
And you can't beat the chamois leather for windows," she adds.
The chamois leather culture is on the rise in Britain, and it has absolutely nothing to do with polishing cars.
Limited Request for Proposal for Supply of Protective Cap, Spare Lubricators, Protective Plug, Cleaning Brush, Chamois Leather, Soft Brush, Block Tackle Gs Wire Rope, Etc.
Trinny wrote: "If you used to like showing your cleavage in something slashed to the waist, just be aware your skin probably looks like an old chamois leather now.
Beschizza, who weighed in 2lb heavier than the 8st 3lb he weighed out at for Masonic Lady in the 7f two-year-old maiden, blamed a glass of water and a wet chamois leather.
Are those," I asked, staring at the expanse of unobedient pink flesh spilling over the waistline of Colin's chamois leather thong, "a little uncomfortable?
One day she saw a man outside holding a chamois leather and a squeezy bottle.
Leno soaks up the obsessive history like a chamois leather would have dried the XK's curvaceous body.
POLICE in the Vale of Glamorgan have warned resident to be on the alert for door-to-door salesmen who are calling at houses offering to sell items such as household cleaning goods, including chamois leather cloths and dusters.