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wool

(wul),
The hair of the sheep; sometimes, when defatted, used as a surgical dressing.
Synonym(s): lana
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For example, it can take up to 100 tonnes of water to produce one tonne of clean wool after shearing.
The Cape Wools Merino indicator closed at R 97.29 ckg (clean wool) - its highest level since the late 1980s.
The clean wool for the Baaay State Blankets is carded and spun at S&D Spinning Mill in Millbury and woven at Wheelock Textiles in Grafton.