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sealskin

a. the skin or pelt of a fur seal, esp when dressed with the outer hair removed and the underfur dyed dark brown
b. (as modifier): a sealskin coat
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Selkies have the duality to be human or not at will as they can shed their sealskins, step from the water, and walk as humans on shore.
Maria Merkuratsuk uses a traditional pattern for her sealskin mitts but the mitts are a brilliant red.
The dark trim color (Sealskin SW 7675 by Sherwin-Williams, page 44) is repeated on the fireplace surround and throughout the house-a leap-of-faith design decision that I would unhesitatingly make again.
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Rigolet is alive with traditions with expert craftspeople and artisans producing handcrafted salt water grass pieces and authentic sealskin garments.
My facemask, parka, mukluks, sealskin mittens and long underwear didn't help much.
In the style of Robinson Crusoe, there are lots of detail about practical things like making shoes out of sealskin that will last (curing with human waste is required) and not rot away.
Others in the village did beadwork and worked in sealskin or caribou hide." Though amenities were scarce, Russell felt fulfilled.
This type of hunting has been in serious difficulty for several years, due to the absence of ice, and falling sealskin prices.