Spanish leather

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The screen was an old one, of gilt Spanish leather, stamped and wrought with a rather florid Louis-Quatorze pattern.
The royal mom paired this with her favorite Spanish leather boots that cost around $674.
The act might be called artistic vandalism (Whistler painted over 16th century Spanish leather wall coverings that had cost his benefactor PS1,000), but the end result was The Peacock Room, the artist's masterpiece of decorative art.
Spanish leather and styling are evident in the Upstide and Velda models with luxurious padding from heel to toe ($120).
* Junya Watanabe partnered with Spanish leather goods brand Loewe for a series of capsule collections of men's and women's apparel and accessories, available at Dover Street Market in Tokyo and at Loewe stores in Spain.
The car boasted 17 coats of hand-rubbed brown paint and Spanish leather upholstery.
THE humble gift was a pair of jewelled and embroidered gloves of the finest Spanish leather and workmanship bought and dispatched with the letter from Cadiz at some expense.
Sting's stylised vocal inflections irritate in Girl From The North Country and Pete Townshend's Corinna, Corinna is by the numbers (or should that be High Numbers, perhaps?) Best is Boots Of Spanish Leather, here set to the sonic swoon of Mikel Jollett, better known as frontman of The Airborne Toxic Event.
Listen out particularly for The Gaslight Anthem's Changing of the Guards, Airborne Toxic Event's take on Boots Of Spanish Leather and Dave Matthews' live, high-octane All Along The Watchtower.
He hints at this in his headline, but one of the staunchest examples to me is "Boots of Spanish Leather," a pretty clear rip-off of his own "Girl of the North Country," in turn a rip-off of English folk standards.
Her award-winning album Other Voices/Other Rooms included cracking versions of Dylan's Boots of Spanish Leather and John Prine's Speed Of The Sound of Loneliness and also included contributions by Iris DeMent and Judy Collins (more on her later) among others.
Mustering her inner Buddha, as well as her inner bodacious babe, Hynde gets all metaphysical and frisky on the leadoff track, "Boots of Chinese Plastic." Boasting a tongue-in-cheek allusion to Bob Dylan's "Boots of Spanish Leather," the song showcases Hynde's pop smarts and ageless, effortless sass and sex appeal.