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" Fahrt. — the cord is first soaked in fat fish liquor, it is then dried in the frost, and afterwards rubbed by hauling it through the eye of an axe ; to complete the operation it is well greased, and any hard lumps masticated until they become soft,... "
Animal Products: Their Preparation, Commercial Uses, and Value - Page 188
by Peter Lund Simmonds - 1877 - 416 pages
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 6

Geology - 1861
...pliant — a very necessary quality when the temperature is 40° or 50° below the zero of Farht. — the cord is first soaked in fat fish liquor, it is...can be boiled down into an excellent glue or size. In mounting knives and awls with the horns, lead, copper and iron are nsed for inlaying, and rather...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 6

Geology - 1861
...pliant — a very necessary quality when the temperature is 40° or 60° below the zero of Farht. — the cord is first soaked in fat fish liquor, it is...nets. Sinews can be boiled down into an excellent grae or size. In mounting knives and awls with the horns, lead, copper and iron are used for inlaying,...
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The Technologist, Volume 2

Technology - 1862
...lines pliant — a very necessary quality when the temperature is 40 deg. or 50 deg. below the zero of Fahrt. — the cord is first soaked in fat fish liquor,...can be boiled down into an excellent glue or size. In mounting knives and awls with the horns, lead, copper, and iron are used for inlaying, and rather...
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The Technologist. Ed. by P.L. Simmonds

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1862
...Fahrt. — the cord is first soaked in fat fish liquor, it is then dried in the frost, and afteiwards rubbed by hauling it through the eye of an axe ; to...can be boiled down into an excellent glue or size. In mounting knives and awls with the horns, lead, copper, and iron are used for inlaying, and rather...
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The Sportsman and Naturalist in Canada: Or Notes on the Natural History of ...

William Ross King - Fishes - 1866 - 334 pages
...when the temperature is 40° or 50° below zero, Fahr.— the cord is first soaked in fat fish-liquor; it is then dried in the frost, and afterwards rubbed...make rabbit snares, and to weave into fishing nets." The long white hairs are used by the squaws in the ornamental embroidery of their different articles...
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Once a week, an illustrated miscellany of literature, art, science ..., Volume 4

1867
...greased, and any hard lumps masticated until they become soft, by which process a line is produced of much strength and pliancy, and which is not liable to crack...obtain thread, the fibres of the sinews are separated »nd twisted into the required sizes. The moose furnishes the best quality of this article, which is...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History, Volume 20

Zoology - 1862
...when the temperature is 40* or 50° below the zero of Fahr. — the cord is first soaked in fat-fish liquor ; it is then dried in the frost, and afterwards...the natives to sew both leather and cloth, to make rabbit-snares and to weave into fishing nets. Sinews can be boiled down into an excellent glue or size....
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The Moose Book: Facts and Stories from Northern Forests

Samuel Merrill - Elk - 1916 - 364 pages
...ornamented with quills and beads, and when new look very neat and becoming. ... To obtain thread the fibers of the sinews are separated and twisted into the required...can be boiled down into an excellent glue or size. CHAPTER IX MOOSE MEAT AS FOOD IT would be difficult to measure the service performed by the moose and...
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