Skin

(redirected from alligator skin)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Related to alligator skin: ichthyosis, alligator hide

Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
References in periodicals archive ?
A few years ago his four children encouraged him to set up a leather shop, and the Brooks family began stocking Paul's leather workroom with work benches, tools, dyes, beautiful pieces of leather, and even alligator skins that his son Levi caught in the swampy marshes of Melbourne and Palm Bay, Florida.
His book, "Normal", follows the lives of prison guard Paul Constantine and sideshow performer Roy Pellerin, Paul's childhood friend and a man with a disease that gives him the appearance of alligator skin.
One person bought "a red alligator skin collar with his [the dog's] name in crystals, and a matching red skin leash.
Expanding their wildly popular offering of ergonomically perfect basket weave-textured floor mats, the latest Gel Pro Mats feature exotic faux textures, including ostrich, rattlesnake and alligator skin.
The men's version of the limited edition sunglasses features auto-adjustable platinum-finished temples and arms covered with genuine alligator skin, built in a sandwich configuration over a lightweight, high-grip elastomer-coated core.
Alligatoring": Long-term cracking results in deep fissures akin to alligator skin.
His Collection will feature custom made suits in specialty fabrications, punk-inflected denims and fine alligator skin and leather pieces suited to men and women looking to channel the color, sex appeal and rebellion of rock.
VBH Evening clutches in acid green alligator skin and platinum plated hardware is luxury taken to its limit.
I like to think I have alligator skin, but with this kind of thing, I don't.
She founded an eponymous handbag and accessory company in Miami Florida using primarily American alligator skins and who had the inspiration for this unique partnership with artists during Miami Art Basel.
A in the wake of our expose of farms supplying crocodile and alligator skins to Hermes-owned tanneries.