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A leather tannery and railroad operated nearby, and in recent years, houses surrounded it.
Apart from Muslims, the leather industry also employs lower-caste Hindus, mostly in menial jobs in tanneries.
That development's 63-unit first phase, a converted five-story former tannery building known as The Beam House, is open at 625 W. Freshwater Way.
The rigorous sourcing of materials (from the same tanneries that supply Hermès and Chanel) also keeps the quantities limited.
Tannery Ct., 13344-Robert M. and Melissa A. Mitchell to Andrew Flint, $432,000.
In its past life, the island was home to tanneries, riverside guingettes (dance halls) in the Belle Époque, then—most famously—the Renault automobile factory.
Authorities in Bangladesh ordered dozens of tanneries to shut down over environmental concerns.
In the 19th century, pastoral windmills were replaced with tanneries, limestone quarries and dye works.
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Definition of tannery for English Language Learners
: a place where animal skins are tanned and made into leather
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