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shearling

[shir′ling]
a sheepskin placed on a bed to help prevent pressure ulcers.
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The Shearling, priced PS165, is perfect for outerwear in cool, fair weather or worn under an outer shell for additional warmth in the cold and wet.
They took four of the top five shearling ram prices and achieved the same feat in the shearling ewes.
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.
Dominion Launches Fashion Range of Sheepskin and Shearling Coats, Jackets and Vests -
Best Shearling Ram - 1st: TL Forster & Son, Lowes Fell; 2nd: J Herdman, Edlingham; 3rd: TL Forster, Lowes Fell.
In the event, Mr Owen's Bluefaced Leicesters edged the tussle when Scottish judge Matthew Seed awarded the overall championship to Cernyw Jini, a "sharp" shearling ewe.
95 SHEARLING THROW John Lewis faux shearling woolly throws, www.
It was well above the 1050 guineas paid for David Corfield's Texel shearling and well above last year's sale top price.
Champion ram was a homebred Bronallt shearling from AW Davies, Morfa Nefyn, which topped the sale at 8,100gns when selling to joint purchasers DW & CF Morris, Carmarthen and HM Wells, Ceredigion.
Since the aviator jacket flew onto the high street at the end of last season, the popularity of shearling and sheepskin and anything sporting even just a glimpse of it has soared through the roof.
Even now, the name, Searle, is practically synonymous with shearling.