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leather

Sexology
A fetish in which sexual stimulation and sexuoeroticism is achieved through the wearing or touching of leather or leather garments.

Vox populi
Tanned animal skin—especially from grazing animals, such as cows—that is worn as a garment, used to cover furniture, for heavy-duty straps, etc.

leather

1. the ear flap; pinna.
2. a product made by tanning the dermal layer of ox hide, sheep pelt, pig skin, horse hide and other more exotic skins, including emu, ostrich, alligator and the like.

leather chewing
common form of pica in horses kept indoors.
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Members of the Wirhalh Skip-Felag, the re-enactment society, also offered sessions on woodcarving, food and textiles, leather working, weaponry, spinning, dyeing and weaving and children's games and toys.
Members of the Wirhalh Skip-Felag also offered sessions on woodcarving, food and textiles, leather working, weaponry, spinning, dyeing and weaving and children's games and toys.
Other skills you need-woodworking, sheet metal, metal fabrication, low voltage electricity, acoustics, music theory, mechanical engineering and leather working.
China and Asia represent a huge problem for us," admitted Petr Kubat, president of the Czech Shoe and Leather Working Association and joint owner of DPK.
Mr Rudge said: 'Walsall is renowned for its leather working skills and saddlery.
In the medieval period many urban properties included elements of small-scale industry such as leather working and some evidence could survive even after the wholesale development of the area in the Victorian era.
Drinkers are also attracted by several artistic activities including leather working, dance classes, art exhibits, and occasional chamber music performances.