Definition of Calfskin. Meaning of Calfskin. Synonyms of Calfskin

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Definition of Calfskin

Calfskin
Calfskin Calf"skin`, n. The hide or skin of a calf; or leather made of the skin.

Meaning of Calfskin from wikipedia

- Calfskin or calf leather is a leather or membrane produced from the hide of a calf, or juvenile domestic cattle. Calfskin is particularly valuable because...
- and if vellum is distinguished from this, it is by its being made from calfskin, as opposed to that from other animals, or otherwise being of higher quality...
- p****ionate about." In September 2008, Panettiere launched her own line of calfskin leather bags for the company Dooney & Bourke. In October, she delved into...
- maker that manufactures menswear, especially the leather finishing of calfskin, kangaroo leather and alligator skin in its production of shoes and boots...
- "Violaine" – 3:45 "Serpentskirt" – 3:57 "Tishbite" – 3:50 "Half-Gifts" – 4:18 "Calfskin Smack" – 4:58 "Rilkean Heart" – 4:02 "Ups" – 3:34 "Eperdu" – 4:38 "Treasure...
- School story Publisher Macmillan Publication date 1857 Media type Print (calfskin binding) Pages 420 ISBN 0-19-283535-1 OCLC 42414413 Dewey Decimal 823.8...
- used—mainly in the past—for writing on. Parchment is most commonly made of calfskin, sheepskin, or goatskin. It was historically used for writing do****ents...
- Ottoman language through Persian. Nowadays kıspets most often are sewn from calfskin. Up to the 1960th they were sewn from buffalo skin and their weight was...
- Western Desert Campaign of World War II. Chukkas are usually made from calfskin or suede, although they can be made from other materials. The style first...
- acceptance, as purist jazzmen preferred the sound of natural calfskin. However, these calfskin drumheads had to be frequently tuned with weather fluctuations...