leatherbound


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leatherbound

(ˈlɛðəˌbaʊnd)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) having leather covers
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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.
Her eyes settled on the leatherbound photo album lying on the coffee table.
While packing up his cabin mate's belongings, Keith found Wally's leatherbound diary and kept it on his bookshelf for 67 years before he was final able to return it to Wally's great niece.
The first few flaps of my leatherbound wedding photo album belong to her: her altar photo, her invitation, her garter belt, her pearls encased in a tiny silk satchel.
One of its most striking products is the BookBook Rutledge artisan leather case that resembles a worn, leatherbound book with a sculpted and gold-decorated spine.
The theme continues inside with some stylish - and impressively supportive - sports seats up front and a leatherbound gear lever and steering wheel with contrasting red stitching.
The SE trim also comes with some generous kit including stereo, air conditioning, heated mirrors, leatherbound steering wheel, ABS brakes and six airbags.
Mourners sang from a Xeroxed book of hymns and placed keepsakes in the grave: a quartz watch, old photos, a leatherbound Bible.