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hide

(hīd)
n.
The skin of an animal, especially the thick tough skin or pelt of a large animal.
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Accordingly, the increase in [T.sub.s] of the tanned hides refers to the improvement of exhaustion and fixation of chrome during tanning process.
The owner just wanted the tanned hide back for burial, he says.
Made from netted strips of caribou rawhide or sinew attached to tanned hide strips and carefully decorated with porcupine quillwork, the bags were used by both men and women and could hold a variety of things.
Water-based clay representing the muscles was laid over the skeleton, and the tanned hide was applied to the structure.
EPA and NHDES conducted investigations of the site of the leather waste pile, known as the Queen Street Site, and determined that significant levels of chromium were leaching from the tanned hide scraps into groundwater and adjacent surface waters and were impacting downstream wetland areas.
It is interesting to note that wool quality for the tanned hide industry is quite different from that of the garment wool business.
We are talking get you around town transport here not the slaughterhouse of tanned hide and glitz of a drop-top Cascada.