i would like to make a poll : who thinks the word "fur drum" is more used than the word "fur drum"? it is for a work so please answer !
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sounds like a cecil recruit to me ? Trick ? what ?
hi b bishop
i'm french so i don't understand what a cecil recruit is ;( sorry i'm doing a glossary of terms about taxidermy
so may i have your answer?
I am french too ! french canadian to be more precise , my real name is Lesvaque ! but I still don't understand your question .
spelled the same, is the same? I am soooooo confused
hope you will forgive me :)
i meant "fur drum" and "drum" :) which one is more often used ?
There are, as a general rule, two types of drums. One is used with the wet process. The other is used with the sawdust or dry(er) process. The drums found in the dry process usually are either "closed" for tumbling skins in sawdust, or "open" for screening sawdust out of the hair.
Sawdust Drum or Tumbler
The use of the term "fur drum" could mean any of the three processes.
The term "drum" could be a variety of other meanings. Autotanners, birds, or just a verb used for heuristic processing yielding shortcuts to other concepts.
How involved is this class assignment? Short answer: "drum" is more general and has a looser interpretation; probably used more frequently than "fur drum".