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- n. a separate part consisting of leather
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Ayla spent time in the afternoon rubbing down and currying Whinney with a soft piece of leather and the dried spiny head of a teasel.
"I think wrapping a piece of leather around this striker might work," Tharie said, volunteering her leg-bone instrument.
Each person had a piece of leather or clothing to flap at the oncoming animals with hopes of turning them aside, but each also lifted a spear, juggled it slightly, then gripped it firmly around the shaft, and held it in readiness-except for Jondalar.
There must have been a mat or piece of leather attached to the carrying-poles, for
This cat-o'-nine-tails consisted of a piece of leather about two inches wide, with the end split into nine strips, the other end worked into a substantial handle.
“He did a pair for himself a fortnight ago,” said Keith, “and I know he had the knife then, for he scored round the edge of his shoe placed on the piece of leather he bought off Mr. Grinstead.
Then he brought a knotted piece of leather from his pocket, unwrapped it, took out the gem and placed it in Egavine’s hand.