Know you, why, you knock-kneed old Siwash, I could pick out your hide in a tanyard!
It was unbolted, as I had anticipated, and we were soon in the quiet and obscurity of the tanyard.
The three cotton factories and the tanyard were not in the village itself, but a little way off.
A tanyard must, according to Jewish law, be separated by fifty yards at least from human dwellings.
A shoemaker, whose health would not permit him to pursue his own trade, obtained work in a tanyard at Penybont, near Corwen.
They went to my master's tanyard in broad open day and took leather.
He is now in his seventy-second year, has a handsome house, without and pretension, overlooking his tanyard.
At Leeds he found employment in the tanyard of a Mr. Robert Barker, where he presently became foreman.
Promise me that thou wilt not take any strong drink for a year, and I will employ thee myself in the tanyard at good wages.
This deliming can also be accomplished by adding the acid to the worst suspender in the tanyard.