Enflasyonun yüksek olduğu zamanlarda bireyler talep ettikleri para miktarını düşürerek gelirlerinin gittikçe daha büyük bir kısmını finansal varlıklara yatırırlar. Nakite ihtiyaç duyduklarında da bankalara gidip finansal varlıklarını azar azar bozdururlar. Bu maliyete 'shoe leather cost' denir. adını daha sık bankaya gidip gelen bireylerin ayakkabıları daha fazla aşınacağı düşüncesinden almıştır
Nothing like leather My interest is the best nostrum A town, in danger of a siege, called together a council of the chief inhabitants to know what defence they recommended A mason suggested a strong wall, a shipbuilder advised wooden walls, and when others had spoken, a currier arose and said, There's nothing like leather In Botallack, Cornwall, a standing toast is Tin and Pilchards, the staples of the town Another version is, Nothing like leather to administer a thrashing
Nothing like leather My interest is the best nostrum A town, in danger of a siege, called together a council of the chief inhabitants to know what defence they recommended A mason suggested a strong wall, a shipbuilder advised wooden walls, and when others had spoken, a currier arose and said, There's nothing like leather In Botallack, Cornwall, a standing toast is Tin and Pilchards, the staples of the town Another version is Nothing like leather to administer a thrashing
Leather is treated animal skin which is used for making shoes, clothes, bags, and furniture. He wore a leather jacket and dark trousers. an impressive range of upholstered furniture, in a choice of fabrics and leathers. Animal skins and hides treated to preserve them and make them suitable for use. Tanning converts the otherwise perishable skin to a stable and nondecaying material. Though the skins of such diverse animals as ostrich, lizard, eel, and kangaroo have been used, the more common leathers come from cattle, including calf and ox; sheep and lamb; goat and kid; horse, mule, and zebra; buffalo; pig and hog; and seal, walrus, whale, and alligator. Leather making is an ancient art that has been practiced for more than 7,000 years. See also parchment
Material made from the skin of an animal by tanning etc Alum-tawed and leather tanned by other means require different treatment for maintenance and restoration
The skin of an animal, or some part of such skin, tanned, tawed, or otherwise dressed for use; also, dressed hides, collectively
Has subcategories, including genuine (top-grain or full grain leather from the outermost layer of hide); splits (underlayers split off from the top grain, usually having a surface treatment to simulate color and grain of geniune leather), and processed leather (one type of skin or hide made to resemble another type usually called "bonded leather" or "laminated leather")
a generic term for animal skin, more usually identified by the type of leather such as calf, morocco, etc
For the avoidance of all ambiguities and doubts, which may and do grow upon the definition and interpretation of this word leather, it is enacted, and declared by these presents, that the hides and skins of ox, steer, bull, cow, calf, deer, red and fallow, goats and sheep being tanned or tawed, and every salt hide is, shall be, and ever hath been reputed and taken for leather
To find the real Michel Foucault is to ask “which one”?Should we look at the life of the man himself, who as a boy wanted to be a goldfish, but became a philosopher and historian, political activist, leather queen, bestseller, tireless campaigner for dissident causes?.
woody vine of the southern United States having purple or blue flowers with leathery recurved sepals scandent subshrub of southeastern United States having large red-purple bell-shaped flowers with leathery recurved sepals
(1) Leather made from sheep or lambskin, from which the grain has been removed by frizzing, and tanned by processes involving the oxidation of fish or marine animal oils in the skin, using either solely such oils (full oil chamois) or firstly, formaldehyde and then such oils (combination chamois) In France and the U S A the term "chamois", without any qualification, is restricted to the flesh split of sheep or lambskin tanned solely with oils (2) Leather made from the skin of a mountain antelope or chamois (such leather is rare) Chrome Retan Leather which has been first chrome tanned throughout its thickness and subsequently further treated or tanned with vegetable and/or synthetic tanning agents and/or resin filling materials, these agents penetrating notably, but not necessarily completely, into the interior
This soft leather was first made from the skins of the Alpine antelope, or chamois, now practically extinct At present, it is made from the fleshers or the underside of sheepskins, oil-dressed, suede- finished, and used chiefly for cleaning and polishing purposes, as well as for gloves
Patent leather is leather which has a shiny surface. It is used to make shoes, bags, and belts. He wore patent leather shoes. Black leather finished to a hard glossy surface and used especially for shoes and clothing accessories. thin shiny leather, usually black
[ 'le-[th]&r ] (noun.) 13th century. Old English leþer, from Proto-Germanic *leþran (compare West Frisian leare, Dutch/German leder, Swedish läder), from Gaulish *letrom (compare Welsh lledr, Irish lethar), from pre-Celtic *péltrom, from Proto-Indo-European *pel- 'to beat'. More at anvil.
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