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leatherbound

(ˈlɛðəˌbaʊnd)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) having leather covers
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He had sent eight-page leatherbound invites to his guests including Britney Spears.
Illuminated by flickers of candlelight, an elderly pilgrim squats in the mud, reciting passages from a well-thumbed, leatherbound copy of the Old Testament.
The leatherbound book was discovered inside the coffin of an early English Christian Leader.
This fact is further reinforced by one of the library's most prized possessions, the Jefferson Qur'an -- a two-volume 18th-century leatherbound English translation of Islam's holiest text that once belonged to the American founding father and third president, Thomas Jefferson.
Just PS13,195 for a petrolpowered, two-wheel drive model gets you such niceties as alloy wheels, leatherbound steering wheel, driver's armrest, seven-inch touchscreen multimedia system, digital radio, navigation and a reversing camera.
Since Gordon Pirie won the first instalment at London's White City in 1953 - 4min 06.80secs - the winner's of the prestigious Emsley Carr Trophy, a red Moroccan leatherbound book, is a who's who of the greatest milers in history.
Guests can explore their own creativity with the musical instrument found in each room, along with a leatherbound sketchbook; the first drawing is by a Ringling College of Art and Design student.
As much as Yer Da might think the space could be better used by a shop selling leatherbound books or proper vinyl records, the fact is that such markets are dying now, with Amazon and Spotify proudly planting their flags in the corpses.
Walls are lined with black-andwhite images of London landmarks and old school phone boxes, while lobby bookshelves house leatherbound traditional works, such as Oliver Twist and the Waverley Novels.
NEW The comedian said: "In our breaks, Noel and I and the two judges are allowed to sit in the library lined with leatherbound books.