Leather: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1: Animal rights groups such as ________ have called for boycotts and encourage the use of alternative materials such as synthetic leathers.
Humane Society of the United StatesPeople for the Ethical Treatment of AnimalsIngrid NewkirkAnimal testing

Question 2: Pigskin is used in apparel and on seats of ________.
English ridingSaddleEquestrianismHorse tack

Question 3: Vachetta leather is used in the trimmings of luggage and handbags, popularized by ________.
Louis VuittonLVMHHennessyFendi

Question 4: The most commonly used tanning material is the highly-polluting[citation needed] ________, which leaves the leather once tanned a pale blue color (due to the chromium), this product is commonly called “wet blue”.
ManganeseIronChromiumTitanium

Question 5: ________ forbids the comfort of wearing shoes made with leather on Yom Kippur, Tisha B'Av, and during mourning.
KabbalahJudaismSamaritanJews

Question 6: ________ is the process which converts the protein of the raw hide or skin into a stable material which will not putrefy and is suitable for a wide variety of end applications.
RawhideLeather skirtTanningLeather

Question 7: Moreover, in taxidermy, the raw materials usually are only the animal’s head and back; hide and skin also are the raw materials for manufacturing ________ and gelatin.
CollagenAnimal glueProteinAdhesive

Question 8: Though there were craftsmen in several cities (such as ________, Brussels, Ghent), the major handicraft center for this cordwain was Mechelen, where it was mentioned as early as 1504.
StockholmBerlinAntwerpLondon

Question 9: Applications used in furniture production date as far back as the ________ period.
Art DecoDe StijlArt NouveauBrutalist architecture

Question 10: The original formula created by ________ was strong, but expensive.
AllianzBMWBayerBASF
















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