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A tough, waterproof pigskin leather on the palms resists tears if you use them to put on chains during a powder day or gather wood for your après fire.
The afternoons were given over to the dogged pursuit of the elusive pigskin.
THE VARMINTOWEN JOHNSON
The reader will not fail to remark the record-book bound in pigskin as a resemblance in detail to Longfellow's version.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
But always, with a pigskin tucked in the hollow of his arm, there followed a slender torch of red.
RED DYNAMITEROY J. SNELL
Other patterns in less common use are those resembling morocco leather, pigskin, and patterns in fancy designs.
The alarm in the pigskin traveling clock Bird had given Hall as a going-away gift went on at eight.
THE FIVE ARROWSALLAN CHASE
The scrub had gained their distance, however, and still had possession of the pigskin.
THE WINNING TOUCHDOWNLESTER CHADWICK
The signal was repeated and Martin dashed forward, took the pigskin at a hand-pass and went through the centre.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
With the pigskin in Cherry Valley's possession on the home team's sixteen yards the half ended.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Back to the fifteen-yard line went the pigskin before the referee called it down, and Brimfield's supporters cheered.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR

WORDS RELATED TO PIGSKIN

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