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1(material)cuero masculinepiel feminine Mexico Spainreal leather — piel legítima Spain
- before noun leather goods — artículos de piel
- leather jacket — chaqueta de piel
- She slumped back in the leather of the booth, and pushed a piece of hair behind her ear.
- On top of the frame is a saddle leather facing; one hide is used per seat.
- But shining/polishing your shoes will make the leather last longer and look better.
- Its latest collection presents a variety of leathers, suedes and fabrics.
- This footwear also comes up with regal decorations like cloth of gold and velvet aside from the leather.
- Within a few minutes he had lost his rhythm as the mare suddenly stopped short and he started bouncing uncomfortably on the tough leather of the saddle.
- She wore what was then the fashion for women, a leather one piece outfit with detachable sleeves and pant legs.
- The production of leather from animal hides was a time consuming and dreadfully smelly process.
- There were extra pieces of leather to fix broken saddles and reins with.
- John hangs the leather on a plaiting hook and applies saddle dressing to the strands so that each one is individually stretched to assure a tight plait.
- She pulled back her long, black hair and tied it with the leather piece.
- The silver quality in her hair had kept it from being singed, but the leather piece holding it had been burned away.
- You may also use chamois as an alternative to the leather pieces.
- A piece of the leather bung which plugged one of these was still there, though the design I had seen on it the last time had disappeared.
- She notices how perfectly polished the leather car seats are, and how fitting this is for the car's last night.
- Cabretta leather is still used, although man-made fibres and synthetic leathers are also available.
- The leather and cloth front seats were extremely comfortable and very supportive, especially for spirited driving.
- In the stables, hands fed and watered the horses, and groomed their white coats until they shone, and polished the tack until they see dull reflections in the leather.
- One bore a wolf's fang, the other a plain quartz piece on a leather thong.
- Today, machines trim and cut the thickness and polish the leather.
3leathers pluralropa de cuero feminineropa de piel feminine Mexico Spain
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