leatherlike


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leatherlike

(ˈlɛðəˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling leather
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Adj.1.leatherlike - resembling or made to resemble leather; tough but pliable
tough - resistant to cutting or chewing
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Ananas Anam, based at the Royal College of Art in London, uses pineapple leaf fibres to create a nonwoven leatherlike material called Pi[+ or -]atex and brands like Edun, the sustainable fashion label owned by LVMH Mo'ebt Hennessy Louis Vuitton, are creating items from it.
The press invites sent out for the April 28 event show the handset with a leatherlike finish so the LG G4 may come with an option for a leather backing.
com says of the charred leatherlike substance scraped from the stove.
There's been 3,120 Saturday bath nights since but soap has still not touched the hermit's leatherlike skin.
Making an incision in the scalp and removing a portion of the skull are still required; surgeons then place the electrode grids directly on the surface of the dura mater, a thin leatherlike membrane covering the brain.
JE: Yes, finding pictures through the manipulation of the medium, which he did from early on, like the amazing black-and-white picture, at MOMA--Painting [1948]--where the surface is leatherlike.
The vulcanized compounds with up to 30% resin are rubber-like materials; with 30-50% resin they become leatherlike, and at still higher loadings become brittle.
Cut off tough, leatherlike skin from ham (if it has it) and score fat and meat in a crosshatch pattern.
The Veritas Journey Bible combines a compact edition of the New Living Translation with a TuTone LeatherLike purse styled after "such upscale brands as Coach, Dooney & Bourke, and Brighton.
Open the large, hefty leatherlike menu cover and you'll be surprised to find an easy-to-read backlighted menu and wine lists -- a nifty touch.