⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'skinners' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a skinner | skinners
skinnersPelzhändler {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'skinners' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Pelzhändler {pl}
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In May 1745, his government prohibited skinners, leather dressers, and curriers from neighborhoods below the Collect and prohibited hatters and starch makers from pouring waste into the streets.
  • 39th (Skinners) Signal Regiment is an Army Reserve regiment in the Royal Corps of Signals in the British Army.
  • Master of the Skinners Company, and President of the .
  • One of the state's largest outdoor craft shows. The festival includes various living history reenactments, including of the civil war era and buck-skinners.
  • Trillian also came with an easier skinning language, "Stixe", which is essentially a set of XML Entities that simplifies repetitive codes and allows skinners to share XML and graphics in the form of emoticon packs, sound packs and interfaces.
  • Knott was selected by the school Governors from over 80 candidates who applied to be headmaster of the new Skinners Company's Middle School for Boys.
  • Skinners Pond traces its name to a small lake of the same name.
  • Malung also has a proud and old tradition of so-called "skinners" or "skinnare": groups of leather merchants, tailors and tanners who would walk between villages to create and sell pelts, leather jackets and even shoes in exchange for accommodation and a modest pay.
  • A skinner is a person who skins animals such as cattle, sheep, and pigs, part or whole. Historically, skinners engaged in the hide and fur trades.
  • She belonged to the elite of her craft and was described as one of the most prominent skinners in the city of London.
  • His will (dated 18 April 1618) established two charitable trusts administered by the Skinners' Company.
  • A 12-hectare property on the northern bank of the Logan River at Carbrook, the former Kruger's Farm is situated in a rural residential area at the intersection of the Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road and Skinners Road.
  • He was General Secretary of the Forces Pension Society from 2007 to 2015 and was Chairman of the Governors of The Skinners' School in Tunbridge Wells, Kent from 2005 until June 2015.
  • A portrait of Pilkington is preserved at Skinners' Hall, and is reproduced in Wadmore's 'History of the Skinners' Company.' There is a contemporary engraving (1691) by Robert White, from a painting by Linton, and another by Robert Dunkarton, representing him in puritan costume.
  • The Rathors after returning from their charge, thought that they had won the battle and mistook the Gwalior army as their Jaipur allies, they were caught unaware and shot down in great numbers and those who were able to break through the lines were bayoneted by skinners men.
  • Deane was a city of London merchant and a member of the Worshipful Company of Skinners.
  • The Skinners had abundant land, but not the financial resources necessary to develop his Deerwood project.
  • The Worshipful Company of Skinners (known as The Skinners' Company) is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London.
  • Its name dates back to the 15th century when it was a venue for leather craftsmen ("skinder-" derives from Danish "Skind", meaning "skin") such as skinners, glovers, purse-, saddle- and shoemakers.
  • Mule skinners typically rode the left-wheel mule and controlled the lead mule while bullwhackers walked alongside the slower animals, cracking their whips and yelling "Gee!
  • Tunbridge Wells RFC was officially formed as Old Skinners RFC in 1931 as a rugby union club for former pupils of The Skinners' School.
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