Leather plant

Related to Leather plant: leather flower
(Bot.) one or more New Zealand plants of the composite genus Celmisia, which have white or buff tomentose leaves.

See also: Leather

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In addition, a park near leather plant is planned to be developed in district.
Tunis, Rabi'II 14, 1435, Feb 14, 2014, SPA -- A fire gutted a leather plant in the Tunisian province of Safaqes, south of Tunis, today without resulting in human losses.
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On 12 August the anarchist-led Leatherworkers' Union (which did include some Jewish workers) broke off negotiations with the city's leather plants. Workers appeared at Jewish plant-owner A.
The observations are based on the author's first-hand experience gained through personal contacts with a large number of leather manufacturers and also visits to many leather plants including leather machinery manufacturers.