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An obsolete unit of land area equivalent to 120 acres.
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This Oshkosh Company expanded production operations in the year 1946, producing tanned hides especially for use in garments, ear muffs, and paint rollers and pads.
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.
$8,303 Sioux Beaded Hide Warshirt, thread and sinew-sewn softly tanned hide; beaded strips placed along shoulders; enhanced with hairlocks wrapped with yellow fabric, ermine, and ribbons; body of shirt dotted with vertical pink lines, length 40 in.
The tanned hide from that same giant, cinnamon-coated Colorado bruin hangs at the head of a downstairs bed.
Thread and sinew-sewn on softly tanned hide; hide is rubbed with yellow pigment; hide strips affixed to arms, shoulders, and the bib are beaded using colors of pink, cobalt, white, and rose; hide thongs wrapped with wool and pericardium top ermine suspensions; red-dyed feathers and bison fur are attached to lower edge of ermine; otter skin trim sleeve cuffs and neck, length 33 in.