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shearling

[shir′ling]
a sheepskin placed on a bed to help prevent pressure ulcers.
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19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ABEO biomechanical footwear, a leading comfort footwear brand, has launched an innovative new shearling collection in time for holiday shopping.
The highest price of the day went to a Shearling Ram from M/s W & PF Walton, Penpeugh, selling at PS13000 to Nilston Rigg and Hott Bank.
Shearling ewes: The 1st prize pen from WJ & DJ Williams, Pwllheli, topped the section at PS275ph to S White, Warwickshire.
com, PS434 SHEARLING THROW Sandstone and cream, Wildash London, www.
A shearling ram was bred by Mr and Mrs Arthur and Rosemarie Wrayford, Wotton Flock.
Ram lambs sold to 14,000gns and shearling tups to 5,400gns.
com, I once purchased a shearling motorcycle jacket for $22, priced regularly at $149," Brice says.
Dominion Launches Fashion Range of Sheepskin and Shearling Coats, Jackets and Vests -
This shearling ram, Hackney Xtrovert, was exhibited by Giles Hardman, Farm Mill.
A RUN of 50 Blue Face Leicester shearling rams averaged PS1,120 for Abergele farmer Dewi Williams at this week's NSA Wales & Border ram sale in Builth Wells.
There's no denying that shearling jackets have been keeping men warm, comfortable and looking their best since the 1970s, but in 2015, the shearling style is popping up on everything from men's jumpers to casual sneakers.
He in turn sold the first prize shearling Bluefaced Leicester ram for 2,200 guineas and his 52 sheep sold for an average PS1,050, with which he was "delighted".