Grain side

(Leather) the side of a skin or hide from which the hair has been removed; - opposed to flesh side.

See also: Grain

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To create a matching appearance, deco grain side doors come with identical surface finishing for the frame, subframe and door to create a matching appearance, said the statement.
"I think the fiber and the grain side is often underrated and underappreciated just because of all the buzz with CBD right now," she said.
If this is your first leather-working project, you'll need to learn a couple of terms: The "grain side" of the leather is the smooth side that held the hair before tanning.
The finished, or smooth, side of the leather is the grain side, and the side that was next to the muscle and is sanded is the membrane side.
Whole grain side dishes are a great way to get fibre, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.
Short-cut solutions, including delicious veggies, whole grain side dishes and healthy main dishes, can conveniently combine with other foods sold in the aisles to create semi-homemade meals.
Some companies offer material that has an embossed wood grain side and a smooth side.
The holes remaining following removal of the bristles can be seen on the flesh side as well as the grain side. Figure 1 shows the triangle holes on pigskin leather at the grain surface.
* Try a hot or cold whole grain side dish (such as pilaf or stuffing) using brown or wild rice, kasha, bulgur, or pearl barn
From a grain side, more and more farmers are using seed treatments and biotech seeds.
The year saw the company fend off a hostile takeover by prairie pools and vote to combine its grain side with Arthur Daniels Midland, a large U.S.
It is a highly stylized unit with wood grain side panels and a gold-colored metallic front and top.