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An obsolete unit of land area equivalent to 120 acres.
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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.
With a one-piece tanned hide upper incoiporating integral foot and leg, vertical leg seam, and hard rawhide sole, its unique feature is the turned-up toe or "nose", giving rise to the common name "cactus kickers".
We are talking get you around town transport here not the slaughterhouse of tanned hide and glitz of a drop-top Cascada.
Now the tanned hide of the big male, with its thick, soft fur lies over a chair in my den.
If you use a product called "Snaketan[R]," produced in Woodland, CA, you can expect a tanned hide that is every bit as supple and limp as when it came from the critter as a green pelt.
Processors sometimes try to control the direction of fibers by stretching the tanned hide, he says.
Thread-sewn softly tanned hide and beaded using colors of pink, red white-heart, cobalt, light blue, white, and pea green; hide is coated with yellow pigment and the fringe which hangs from the folded cuff fringe is enhanced with blue dye, length 9.