Leopard Skin

A descriptive term for focal macular hyperpigmentation of the skin in a hypopigmented background, accompanied by scaling, which is seen in infection by Onchocerca volvulus
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He wore his leopard skin at first in response to a desire to parade a trophy of his prowess, for he had slain the leopard with his knife in a hand-to-hand combat.
Her bare arms and legs were almost concealed by the massive, bejeweled ornaments which covered them, while her single leopard skin was supported by a close-fitting girdle of golden rings set in strange designs with innumerable small diamonds.
After them walked a great man, who wore a leopard skin on his shoulders, and was laughing, and with him were five or six ringed councillors, and after them again came a company of warriors.
The day being sultry, the leopard skin had been left behind.
Judging by your dress, you must have traveled a long distance, for it is not the fashion to wear leopard skins in this part of the world.
They were very tall and copper-coloured, and some of them wore great plumes of black feathers and short cloaks of leopard skins; this was all I noticed at the moment.
The directorate confiscated 24 leopard skin jackets this February, as well as three decoration pieces made from fox fur, two made from leopard skin and one made from snakeskin.
Also recovered were two ivory tusks and sculptures each, one lion sculpture, ivory bangles and necklaces, a tortoise, leopard skin and rhino horn all valued at Sh6.3 million.
"On the occasion of these visits, the bride rides in a carefully closed chair with a leopard skin thrown over the top, while the groom when going upon such an errand is mounted on a gaily caparisoned horse.
Bavin Wildlife Enforcement Award in South Africa last year, said, " Initially, we were focusing only on the leopard skin, poison and trapping tools we found them carrying secretly.
She was very "posh" to us kids with her high-heeled ankle boots, a three-quarter length "swing" leopard skin coat and hat.