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skiver

[′skī·vər]
(materials)
Thin, soft leather made from the grain side of a split sheepskin.
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The overall vision, being on the farm, was to have the decorations be as earthy and natural as possible--to come from the land," Van Skiver says.
Another type pointed out by the expert is the worker bee, who is the first to arrive and last to leave the office, not to mention the skiver who only seems to be in at the most inconvenient time.
Rather than tell consumers, we show them the authentic, awesome experience," said Jeremy Skiver, chief executive officer, Skiver Advertising.
The Tories, who like to portray themselves as the party of hard-working families - that's the strivers, not the skivers - were successful last week in moves to limit rises in benefit payments to one per cent.
With both rebates, Skiver said, the company should be able to see a payback in four years.
Whether you're forming six-or eight-point crimps, the skiver is a handy tool to have on the bench.
Publication: Simple Steps to E-mail Success, by Joy Van Skiver, offers realistic anecdotes and more than 50 examples of good and bad e-mail messages.
I'm worried that she's just a born skiver who's hoping I'll keep her in idleness.
We had an Oscar's type theme to the event and we presented 12 awards, including the biggest drinker award, the biggest skiver award and the biggest flirt
The millionaire ginger top revealed himself to be an unsubtle skiver as he was photographed by the tabloid newspapers wandering around pubs with a young Billie Piper.
Harry Smith gives an endearing performance as Wilde's amiable skiver, Algy Moncrieff, explaining his invented alibi, the ailing relative Bunbury, to friend Jack (Laurence Aldridge) who was abandoned in a handbag as a baby.