buckskin


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buckskin

1. the skin of a male deer
2. a stiffly starched cotton cloth
3. a strong satin-woven woollen fabric
4. greyish-yellow
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Mercury ore was mined at various times during the 1900's from both underground and surface workings located on the north side of the top of Buckskin Mountain.
Carried as an alternative to the more typical flat bag, in conjunction with a cloth or buckskin dress, these bags are still in vogue today as part of Plateau ladies' powwow regalia.
Mining history of the Buckskin Range began in the 1860's when prospectors originating from the Comstock Lode in Virginia City ventured out to search for new precious metal deposits.
Glue the buckskin piece to the hollow tube without overlapping.
to locate a K-Fuel(TM) plant at New Vulcan's Buckskin Mine north of Gillette, Wyoming.
Buckskin Lad won a similar contest at Catterick by five lengths last week and attempts a quick double under a 7lb penalty.
Christmas cards and dolls depicting governor in a fringed buckskin jacket and Navy SEAL T-shirt will hit stores soon.
The beaded collar and tie was made either of canvas or buckskin and generally beaded in couched overlay technique (applique, or spot stitch).
Subsequently, Arch entered into an agreement on January 30, 2004, to sell the Buckskin Mine to Kiewit Mining Acquisition Company for $82.
He's out of a Buckskin mare and from a solid jumping family; he stays all day.
Even if the viewer doesn't exactly wish the movie didn't have to end, she may find it interesting, and hope that some of its fine actors would get more work in mainstream movies that don't require wearing feathers and buckskin.
The exploration and development costs incurred at the Company's Hog Ranch and Buckskin National projects in Nevada have been capitalized to mineral property interests.