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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.
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Years ago I inherited a leather portfolio that had belonged to my grandfather.
Chioma Ebubedike -Igbokwe of Mary Zapel Fashion and Accessories, Abuja shares tips on how to identify genuine leather bags and how to maintain them so that they can stand the test of time.
A beautifully embroidered designer leather handbag doesn't have to cost thousands of dollars if you sew it yourself using an embroidery machine.
LAHORE -- A three-day Pakistan Mega Leather Show 2018 (PMLS18) has attracted potential buyers and investors from the country and also from China, India, Italy, Germany, Hong Kong, Cyprus, Spain, USA and UAE.
Ideal for fashioning your very own warehouse look, this masculine design demonstrates the perfect partnering of luxurious leathers with rich woods and metals.
Applied on coated leathers and glossy leather finishes.
Amali Ava is an elegant two-part sandal with a block-style midheel and premium patent leathers. The shoe is finished with a beautiful leather sock as well as flexible footbed with soft raised cushioning, making it both breathable and comfortable.
Fruit leathers are dried sheets of fruit pulp having a flexible, rubbery texture and a sweet taste.Processing of fruits in to the leather is the best approach for conserving and utilizing fruits.
by Faisal Mohammed Naim faisal@timesofoman.com A little input is enough for a long lasting just like new look on your car leathers.
"Leather industry is an industrial and handicraft heritage that combines between art and originality, and it is a traditional Syrian handicraft in which the animals' tinned leathers with different kinds and sizes are used for many purposes such as making shoes, belts and bags, Bassam Saidawi, a craftsman in the oriental leather manufacturing told SANA.
This FTIR analysis was exclusively conducted to determine the types of functional groups present in leathers molecule.
"It is a growing market, and is a market we would like to get into," said Mr Narayaman of Indian tannery Saroj Leathers, which exports leather goods to Europe and the Far East.