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In either case the peltry would be a mere veil hiding the true individuality for a while.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
At such times the thrifty hunter who has an eye more to profit and prime peltry than to sport, goes forth armed only with an axe.
Its fur was a fine piece of peltry and Cal's skillful knife soon had it off the brute's carcass.
The application of nitrate of mercury to hairy skins in the process of secrétage, is explained under Peltry.
As some had lately returned from the Hurons with peltry of no small value, their loss was considerable.
Governor Dongan seized the moment to promise better bargains for the peltry than the French could offer.
Hodgson remarks that the Ermine is common in Thibet, where the skins enter largely into the peltry trade with China.
As a further inducement, those taking up land would be granted peltry privileges like the habitants.
Both of these horrible slaughters had been caused by a desire of seizing the peltry belonging to the Indians.

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pecuniaryadjective | [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION