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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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The top-end of the range lies with Kaja Chamois Leather and goes up till about INR 2050.
DRY your dog with a chamois leather - not only does it dry them in half the time but it makes their coats exceptionally soft.
Ragging and rag rolling can achieve effects similar to crushed velvet, parchment, chamois leather, watered silk or brocade.
9% are imposed on imports into the European Union (EU) of chamois leather from China.
Meanwhile, a microfiber (sea-island, bicomponent) chamois leather cloth is made through loosening, carding needlepunching, immerging in polyurethane, defibration, drying and setting and sueding.
cabinets of pickled human foetuses, whose babies, and baby parts, all of whose flesh has assumed the creamy texture of bleached chamois leather.
Colin has just opened his own car valeting company and Jack says he thinks nothing of pulling off the goalie's gloves and reaching for the chamois leather to help him out when he's on Riccarton downtime.
Use an ice scraper for the outside and a smear-free cloth such as chamois leather for mist on the inside.
ONE man in our parish, a portly, middle-aged chap, is mowing his meadow wearing what appears to be chamois leather hotpants and flip-flops.
Chamois leather comes from the animal of the same name.
And when he is showing driving ambition off the pitch in his motor as well as on it in his boots let's hope he's better at cleaning his car with a chamois leather than he is at doing his laundry.