pigskin


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pigskin

1. leather made of this skin
2. US and Canadian informal a football
3. made of pigskin
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2 Pair G9001 Condor #1VT46 Lined Divers Gloves, Pigskin, jersey lined,
The pigskin palms are very tough and don't get stiff after they've been wet.
The pressure inside a football will not remain constant but will respond to the temperature outside the pigskin.
30), the zombie drama was slightly out in front of the primetime pigskin package.
Enthusiastic young readers will see a football transform before your eyes from a melon-like ball crudely stitched together to the aerodynamic pigskin it is today; or watch as a quarterback evolves from a scrawny helmet-less player of the 1930s to a hulking play caller of the modern era.
Just inside one of the main entrances to the store, it was easy to see tailgating was top of mind with a display that included everything someone would need for one heck of a pigskin party, from charcoal and grills to a full-size pickup truck.
com)-- Two South Jersey authors, Deb Durst and Jill Rubin take American football terms to a new level and they're eager to share it during their Lipstick on Pigskin Book Tour.
It has been reported that some manufacturers choose to use pigskin as a main component in leather products.
Zippered sleeves reduce bulk at the wrists, an integrated safety harness access opening allows you to wear your harness under the jacket, and synthetic pigskin shoulders repel moisture.
In January 2011, the former military man placed three pieces of pigskin on
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SNOW BALL When he's home for the holidays, Jason jumps at the chance to play some pigskin with his three big bros.