"An ox-hide to make buskins of yearly, because of the brambles," echoed the Kitchener.
I went and lifted the skin, which appeared like an ox-hide; he then said, "What skin you think that?"
Those who said this were young Barotse who had been drilled to fighting by Sebituane, and used shields of ox-hide.
But he sat blinking on his ox-hide in the middle of the hall.
As our travellers approached, they saw that the entrance was closed by an ox-hide which covered the whole of the opening.
He offered him 3,000 ducats for as much ground as he could compass with an ox-hide.
If any one strike the body of a man higher in rank than he, he shall receive sixty blows with an ox-hide whip in public.
The old seal was hunched up on his ox-hide behind his master's chair.
Eumaios was busy making a pair of sandals from an ox-hide, for his own use.
Reed spears and ox-hide bucklers will not stand long against heavy cavalry.