Definition of Leather strip
1. Noun. Implement consisting of a strip of leather.
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Literary usage of Leather strip
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1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1910)
"The width of the leather strip depends on the angle of the cone and also on the width of the cone. In any ordinary design, a rectangular piece four times as ..."
2. The Pianoforte and Its Acoustic Properties by Siegfried Hansing (1904)
"One end of the prepared leather strip is to be glued firmly into the edge between the hammer-shank and the knuckle. This work should be taken up groupwise. ..."
3. The Good Housekeeping Manual of Home Handicraft (1908)
"Enough half-inch leather strip to reach around the belt, and two twelve-inch lengths for the bag, were ruled and cut. Stiff paper patterns of the pocket ..."
4. A Treatise on Concentration of All Kinds of Ores: Including the Chlorination by Guido Küstel (1868)
"The wedge should not set directly against the sides, as the water would flow between the wedge and box side ; there is, therefore, a leather strip tacked to ..."
5. Mackenzie's Ten Thousand Receipts: In All the Useful and Domestic Arts by Colin MacKenzie (1867)
"The linen or leather strip should also have two slits in it instead of one. ... The middle piece of the leather strip is now to be pulled through between ..."
6. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"The leather strip soon developed, and covered the whole of the boards, *' whole " binding as it is called, and it was quickly found that these one ..."