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  • They’re more commonly known as lizard-skin fruit; they grow on a tree that resembles a date palm.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Dick Armey's black, lizard-skin cowboy boots lay on the floor while he relaxed on the couch in stockinged feet.

    The Tea Party rules Washington as Barack Obama braces for savage cuts

  • They also make cobra-skin, alligator-skin, and lizard-skin grips, but the rattler is by far the most fascinating.

    A Rod With Bite

  • I spent a good two days shopping for just the right interview outfit, spending more money on a new pair of shoes—nude lizard-skin stilettos—than I usually spend on an entire outfit.

    Falling Apart in One Piece

  • He adjusted the yellow lizard-skin headband above his eyes, hitched up his matching pants, and beckoned with both paws.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • R-L, who has crafted some sort of dress out of his lizard-skin fabric, thinks he'll rank in middle.

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Episode 6 Recap: Annie Get Your Gunn

  • One man was wearing lizard-skin cowboy boots, chrome-plated on the heels and toes.

    Rain Gods

  • Hackberry saw the chrome-sheathed lizard-skin boots of the shooter move from behind the back tire.

    Rain Gods

  • The netting hardly showed up against the black, lizard-skin bark.

    Wildwood

  • A singer named Akira, decked out in a lizard-skin suit, tan buckskin jacket, and straw hat, strums a guitar and sings, “Yes, this life is difficult to live.”

    Let’s Die Together

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