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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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Addressing entry-level leatherworkers, Gordon says, "There's quite a few talented guys out there who produce beautiful work.
A HEXHAM leatherworker is bidding to revive the dying skill with a major project on the past traditions and future prospects of leather.
Demonstrations of arms, armour and use of artefacts punctuate the continuous living history and display, and craftspeople such as the leatherworker, clothier, moneyer and physician are also on hand to discuss their skills, 12 noon - 4pm.
SAINT BARTHOLOMEW'S DAY Patron saint of bee-keepers, also of leatherworkers (because Bartholomew, one of the 12 Apostles, is reported to have died by being flayed alive).
SAINT BARTHOLOMEW'S DAY - patron saint of bee-keepers, also of leatherworkers (because Bartholomew, one of the 12 Apostles, is reported to have died by being flayed alive).
The family were members of the garanke or leatherworkers, one of the 'artisanal castes' among the nyaxamalo.
In 1941, six artisan leatherworkers began making belts and wallets out of a small loft on 34th Street in New York City.
Shoemakers (37) constituted the single largest occupational group among the accused, followed by sizable contingents of tailors and seamstresses (29), leatherworkers (26), and woodworkers and carpenters (25).
Nevertheless, there were some occupations which one would not expect to see represented among automobile owners: cashiers, stonemasons, glass workers, bricklayers, clog makers, leatherworkers, weavers, cardboard workers, waiters, laboratory workers, nurses, stagehands, caretakers, even some sewing and laundry workers.
Tanners from Tamil Nadu, leatherworkers and artisans from Uttar Pradesh, potters from Gujarat, and migrants from Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Bihar, and elsewhere, work in Dharavi's amazing variety of trades, legal and illegalC* It is a cosmopolitan mix brought together by "dhandha", business deals clean and shady.
St Bartholomews Day: Patron saint of bee-keepers, also of leatherworkers (because Bartholomew, one of the 12 Apostles, is reported to have died by being flayed alive).