pachydermia

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pachydermia

(ˌpækɪˈdɜːmɪə)
n
(Pathology) pathol an abnormal thickening of the skin

pachydermia

abnormal thickening of the skin. Cf. pachymenia. — pachydermic, adj.
See also: Skin
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My resolve is there and I have a thick elephant skin which will take criticism and ride things out because I know things can change quickly.
A chunk of dried elephant skin being displayed at a traditional medicine shop in the sprawling grounds of Golden Rock pagoda in Mount Kyaikhteeyoe, a major religious pilgrimage site for Myanmar Buddhists.
Applying glue with the sticks produced an irregular textured line that looked equally great as tough elephant skin and fuzzy -aced foxes.
He is also facing allegations tusks and elephant skin remote farmhouse.
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In a petition earlier this week, the outspoken animal rights group encouraged its members to voice their objections over a listing by fashion retailer Gilt that advertised elephant skin shoes designed by Oscar de la Renta.
took home the Gold for designing and supplying a custom square-shaped airless component to Drunk Elephant Skin Care.
Materials can vary from calf leather, to exotic skins (python, water snake, elephant skin, etc.
Elephant skin disease is primarily a skin disease of dogs caused by yeast Malassezia pachydermatis characterized by lichenification of skin along with seborrhea and foul smelling (Miller et al, 2013).
Where the lowering water levels of the reservoir left their mark in ripples and ridges, the cliff sides were as gray and wrinkled as elephant skin.
Back at the seizure HQ, hunting books and boots made from elephant skin are also confiscated from holidaymakers.