We seized our rifles, and slipping on our veldtschoons, that is shoes made of untanned
hide, ran out of the scherm.
The instant that Mohegan observed himself to be noticed by the group around the young stranger, he dropped the blanket which covered the upper part of his frame, from his shoulders, suffering it to fall over his leggins of untanned
deer-skin, where it was retained by a belt of bark that confined it to his waist.
"Captain," said the bee-hunter with an expression of comical concern, that no misfortune could depress in one of his buoyant feelings, "do you really find that accursed strap of untanned
leather cutting into your shoulder, or is it only the tickling in my own arm that I feel?"
He was a rough, powerful peasant, with cap and tunic of untanned
sheepskin, leather breeches, and galligaskins round legs and feet.
And by his side, in white flannel shirt and trousers, straw hat, the captain's belt, and the untanned
yellow cricket shoes which all the eleven wear, sits a strapping figure, near six feet high, with ruddy, tanned face and whiskers, curly brown hair, and a laughing, dancing eye.
Wayang kulit or shadow puppets are described as "crafts of very finely cut and carved untanned
leather which are then beautifully painted over." A wayang performance is accompanied by a live gamelan orchestra.
Many young adults have reported that they perceive that a tanned body is much more attractive than an untanned
one (Boldeman et al., 2001; Knight, Kirincich, Farmer, & Hood, 2002; Monfrecola, Fabbrocini, Posteraro, & Pini, 2000; O'Riordan et al., 2006).
Vertical episcopic illumination is preferable, although either episcopic or diascopic illuminations are suitable in the untanned
border of the LWS (Perales-Raya et al.
A framework cooperation is envisaged also for a second project to the set-up of a new plant for the production of gelatine out of untanned
leather waste from local tanneries.
In addition, untanned
or pale skin as a beauty ideal can also be encouraged, thereby leading to greater self-esteem and well-being for individuals.
Jimmie Durham, Forbidden Things, 1993, oak, canvas, polyester resin, acrylic on untanned
deerskin, plastic bowl, 89 x 56 3/4" x 32 3/8".
I sewed the beadwork to a backing of untanned