You can't find out where he gets all that india-rubber, hey Willems?
The apron-strings of an American mother are made of india-rubber.
Will you please ask your mother to put it back exactly as it is now—with the india-rubber band round it?
So I made her a tail of whalebone and india-rubber and yarn.
He was careful to show his gloves, well cleaned with india-rubber, as little as he could.
india-rubber had been tried by Jacobi, the Russian electrician, as far back as 1811.
Finally he slipped on the india-rubber band, and scrambling up from the floor, unlocked the door.
Taking the india-rubber band off the notes, she put one into her purse.
And over she jumped as lightly as if she too were an india-rubber ball.
The india-rubber is the juice of the tree, and flows from it when an incision is made.