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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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Did you ever see a pair of buckskins like those at Miss Pinkerton's?
Arguably one of the best-looking GMC special editions ever, the Desert Fox was designed in desert colors of Medium Buckskin, Russet, Dark Red, Light Mahogany and Deep Regal Blue -- with Buckskin or red interior.
The buckskin used in the outfits is nearly exclusively white among Blackfoot people.
Because of the unrestrained slaughter of cougars on Buckskin Mountain, the deer population has increased so fast that they begin to starve.
In its Q3 results, Maersk Oil announced that it is looking to shed its stake in the Buckskin oil and gas field, in the US Gulf.
33) found a lot less than had looked likely, leaving the finish to be fought out by Buckskin Boulta (1.
Winnetou, the good Indian, wore white buckskin, while the Native villains wore black buckskin.
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In the national outfit parade of the competition, Burnham wore a jingle dress in white and red, prominently displaying maple leafs, and for the talent competition, she wore a buckskin dress and performed a traditional dance.
A IN the days of the backwoodsmen, frontiersmen and trappers of the 18th century when Americans were pushing west and trading with native Americans, the going rate for a buckskin was one silver dollar.
Lydia Lavill is outstanding as Calamity, a six-gun toting gal with a reputation of being careless with the truth, and she cleverly exchanges her rough buckskin gear for a posh frock to win her man near the finale.
One who has risen to the challenge is Jack Kanya Buckskin, who started out working on Kaurna language projects, which included recording Kaurna words and phrases.