Examples of mink in a Sentence
a coat made of mink
women wearing expensive jewelry and minks
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Called superfetation, the phenomenon is known to occur in some mammals such as badgers and mink.
Calfskin and mink are integral in the collection, but so are waterproof broad cloths and technical windproof canvases.
Though the company continues to sell crocodile-skin handbags and myriad offerings made from leather, animal-rights groups called the move a watershed in their long campaign against the use of mink, fox, rabbit and other hides by the luxury industry.
According to McNeill, Banklick Creek is a viable, healthy ecosystem that supports wildlife from deer, fox, coyote, beaver and mink, to fish, frogs and crawdads.
Gucci has sold some of its mink fur coats for over $40,000.
Another controversy between Dan and a couture designer emerged at Gucci’s resort show just three months ago, when a mink coat with Gucci-logo sleeves appeared on the runway.
The Alliance prohibits the use of coyote, mink, rabbit, fox, karakul, raccoon dog, and any other species bred specifically for their fur.
Deer, bobcats, minks, otters, red wolves and black fox squirrels hide among live oak, palmetto and pine.
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