fur

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  • It has a deep thick fur which is brown in summer and white in winter.
  • He decided to play music on the side while taking over the running of his family fur & hide business.
  • Another similar test was also unsuccessful, with the fur going through the objects.
  • Trading activities mainly involved furs and other natural products during this period.
  • It would become a major centre for the fur trade by the late 16th century.
  • The valley of the river served as an important center for the fur trade in the early 19th century.
  • Like the French, the British were interested in little but the fur trade.
  • The difference in name is due to the size of the fur.
  • Virginia has fallen on hard times and is reduced to selling her furs.
  • Industry on the lake was dominated by the fur trade until the 19th century.
  • They are typically small animals with short legs, short, round ears, and thick fur.
  • The French also had a trading post in the fur trade at the village.
  • The region's fur trade was an important economic activity.
  • He and his party were fur trappers but found little in the area to keep them here.
  • It served as the centre of fur trade within the Red River Colony.
  • His journey in trading furs was ending, but his political career was just beginning.
  • While there were many free trappers, most mountain men were employed by major fur companies.
  • The French continued their fur trade on the river under Spanish license.
  • Like the French in the north, the first interest of the Dutch was the fur trade.
  • Some fur trading families divided their operations with posts on each side of the border.
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Meaning of fur

  • noun The dressed hairy coat of a mammal
  • noun Dense coat of fine silky hairs on mammals (e.g., cat or seal or weasel)
  • noun A garment made of the dressed hairy coat of a mammal