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A tanned skin is something more than respectable, and perhaps olive is a fitter color than white for a man--a denizen of the woods.
So, lay down your body here; your bow and arrows, your skin and your dog.
These though generally included in the generic name of free trappers, have the more specific title of skin trappers.
M'Kay that many of the natives wore short mantles of skins, and intimated a suspicion that they were secretly armed.
They salted the flesh, and the peasant went into the town and wanted to sell the skin there, so that he might buy a new calf with the proceeds.
When I came to the frequented portions of the building, I found a large burden of skins in a corner and these I lifted to my head, carrying them in such a way that ends and corners fell down about my shoulders completely hiding my face.
Ciaran in a book made from the skin of a favorite cow of a dun color.
They examined the colour of his skin, and compared it with ours.
And later the three cores were placed on the table next to the skins.
The peculiar tint of the skin, which in itself is so well designed to aid the effect of a martial expression, had received an additional aspect of wild ferocity from the colours of the war-paint.
And he said that handling a snake- skin was such awful bad luck that maybe we hadn't got to the end of it yet.
said Mowgli, half to himself as he ripped back the skin of a forepaw.