It is an athlete's style, all bone and sinew, nude, without superfluous flesh or ornament.
The Dene (Tinneh) peoples used strips of hide for snowshoes and game-bags, sewed their deerskin clothing with sinew thread, and embroidered in split quill.
14); and why the hip sinew might not be eaten (xxxii.
These are distinguished by circular huts with domed or conical roofs; clothing of skin or leather; occasional chipping or extraction of lower incisors; spears as the principal weapons, bows, where found, with a sinew cord, shields of hide or leather; religion, ancestor-worship with belief in the power of the magicians as rain-makers.
The traditional moccasin worn by Native Americans was made of soft leather and was sewn with sinew to bring it together neatly.
In a few verses the "wrestling" ('-b -k) of Jacob (ya'agob) is associated with the Jabbok ()labboq); his "striving" explains his name Israel; at Peniel he sees "the face of God," and when touched on his vulnerable spot - the hollow of the thigh - he is lamed, hence "the children of Israel eat not the sinew of the hip which is upon the hollow of the thigh unto this day" (xxxii.
The ropes are made of twisted strands of human hair or animal sinew.
Is my will only the toughest sinew in all the world, that it can stand out against the battery of the word?
Linen or sinew (artificial sinew is fine) for any sewing that needs to be done.
Using a glover's needle (very sharp be careful) and fake sinew sew together.
Textile work in the Sioux province was chiefly the making of skin garments with sinew long house, the Tlinkit great plank house, the Pueblo with its honeycomb of chambers, the small groups of thatched houses in tropical America and the Patagonian toldos of skin are examples.
Let sinew bond with bone, gristle with offal blah blah blah blah... that should do it.
Two holes in skin on each leg are patched on the exterior with cream dehaired sealskin sewn with sinew in running stitch.
We must now strain every sinew to make the world demonstrate next March.
sinew cord, used to tie lath to stock on medieval crossbows.
Arrowheads were bound to the shaft with sinew thread.
sewn with sinew along flat deck.
The fibres were either animal or vegetable; animal fibres were hair, Textile fur on the skin, feathers, hide, sinew and intestines; vegetable fibres were stalks of small trees, brush, straw, cotton, bast, bark, leaves and seed vessels in great variety as one passes from the north southward through all the culture provinces.
Two sinew loops are attached to deck behind cockpit; one on deck in front of cockpit.
sinew loops are attached to deck behind cockpit; one on deck in front of cockpit.
The Eskimo woman did not weave, but was expert in sewing and embroidering with sinew thread by means of a bodkin.
Then if 0 is the centre of curvature in the plane of the paper, and BO =u, I _ cos sinew u R 1 R2 Let POQ=o, PO=r, PQ=f, BP=z, f 2 = u 2 +r 2 -2ur cos 0 (26) The element of the stratum at Q may be expressed by ou t sin o do dw, or expressing do in terms of df by (26), our 1fdfdw.
Frame is covered with dark brown dehaired seal skin sewn with sinew along flat deck.
Using a glover 's needle (very sharp be careful) and fake sinew sew together.
BRIDLE Binding, usually of twisted sinew cord, used to tie lath to stock on medieval crossbows.
Circular wooden stick is attached to each end of beadwork with sinew wrapping.
Bow irons and similar fittings for securing the lath replaced the sinew bridle.
strain every sinew to make the world demonstrate next March.
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