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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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Addressing entry-level leatherworkers, Gordon says, "There's quite a few talented guys out there who produce beautiful work.
The son of a boot-maker, Eric served apprenticeships as an electrician, leatherworker and carpenter.
It was made in the 1980s by master leatherworker Tony Kanaley, who now heads up the Sparks company.
Poalei Zion considered a tailor who supported their party and attended the Nizhnii-Riabatskaia Street synagogue a worker, but treated the non-socialist Zionist leatherworker praying beside him as a petty-bourgeois.
LEATHERWORKER Andy Bates is carrying the North East flag into battle for a national craft skills honour.
NORTHUMBRIAN leatherworker Andy Bates is carrying the North East flag into battle for a national craft skills honour.
The eight staff members have clocked up more than 200 years at the RSC collectively and include voice director Cis Berry, deputy scenic manager Brian Robbins, planning co-ordinator Sue Skempton, assistant to the associates Jane Tassell, Martin Slavin from the sound department, leatherworker Alan Smith and musicians Kevin Pitt and Andrew Stone-Fewings.
As a leatherworker, Hensen needed a machine to sew light leather and figured this one would do the job.
So he approached well-known Hexham-based leatherworker Andy Bates and award-winning forestry management expert Luke Hemmings, and between them they hatched a unique community-focused plan to save Dukeshouse Wood, which lies along the B6306 off the grimly named Gallows Bank.
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.