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Synonyms for wool

fleece

yarn

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pull the wool over someone's eyes

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Synonyms for wool

a fabric made from the hair of sheep

fiber sheared from animals (such as sheep) and twisted into yarn for weaving

outer coat of especially sheep and yaks

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En el Cuadro 1 se presentan el peso de vellon sucio/limpio y diferentes caracteristicas de la calidad de lana del primer vellon de borregas FLMA vs.
Lana said: "I am really excited but really scared about going.
The current general manager of the station Ramadan Al Rawashdeh has formed an investigating committee to get to the bottom of the accident and granted both Lana and Hana an open sick leave until they regain their sight.
What happened inside, only Spector knows - but Lana was never seen alive again.
Salima tells Lana that she can save both money and time by using the products instead of going to the salon and that, by using these products, there is no need to go to the trouble of going to the salon.
Lana died of swine flu on Boxing Day after going down with what her father, Dr Zana Ameen, who is based at Good Hope Hospital in Sutton Coldfield, and his wife Gemma thought was a cold.
Lana, from Quinton, Birmingham, is thought to have contracted swine flu.
Lana Evans who is an amazing surf swimmer took gold in the individual races under-19 Ladies British Surf Swim and under-19 British Ocean Woman.
Lori and Lana are first cousins, but they are like sisters in the Lakota tradition.
This oversize book contains private snapshots, publicity photographs, press clippings, and film stills from Lou Valentino's fabulous collection in The Films of Lana Turner (1976).
Alden and Lana find a way to combine their gifts to help the villagers rid themselves of the invaders.
Lana Loupes are available in three styles to meet a variety of clinical needs.
Lana Hancock, pure woman, pure victim, purely kind.
Neither slowing down nor taking it easy exists in Lana Holmes Alper's dictionary.