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The Warrior, portrayed by a student, wears a fringed, buckskin-like costume that includes a headdress adorned with feathers of pale blue, one of Maine West’s school colors.
The buckskin that will clothe him in the future must be protected from moths with the stink-glands of a skunk.
Before the Beatles, there was the 1950s and wholesome All-American Boone with his perfectly coiffed hair, white suede buckskin shoes, fetching smile and a smooth voice that made millions of teenage girls, and likely their mothers, swoon.
The university doesn't endorse the continuation of a student dressed in buckskin regalia, a headdress and war paint.
Nearby, Stanley Beug was dressed in a fringed buckskin jacket and was carrying a replica of a Winchester Model 1873 rifle, similar to those used in Cody’s Wild West show.
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BUCKSKIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of buckskin for English Language Learners
: a soft type of leather that is made especially from the skin of a deer or similar animal
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