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lambswool

Wound care A cushioning material used to the risk of decubitus ulcers. See Pressure ulcer.
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LAMB'S WOOL MITT: They're a very worthwhile investment, at about $20.
But menus featuring Wassail and Lamb's Wool seem distinctly possible-even if they may need to be reinvented for the 21st century.
Ours are made from Welsh lamb's wool with equipment you wouldn't find with larger manufacturers.
A more ornate stole, called a pallium and made of white lamb's wool, is worn only by metropolitans, bishops overseeing large cities.
95, and lamb's wool throws in fuchsia, orange and khaki for $169.
The absence of low temperatures means Angelenos never need to buy winter coats, and that they should never, ever come in contact with lamb's wool.
Even if it is wearing designer lamb's wool, and the snarl is drowned by a carefully orchestrated playing of The Smiths albums.
Finishing touches such as lamb's wool rugs and headrests embroidered with the swirling "D" logo mean this could only be the cabin of a Daimler.
Peter--and a lamb's wool pallium--a circular band with pendants front and back that signifies the pope's role as the shepherd of the faithful.
For Kim Mattoon it was 16 jars of her grandmother's applesauce, for Haley Throckmorton it was a lamb's wool rug and for Curtis Norris of Portland it was eight pairs of shoes.
Whatever your age and whatever your style, keep up to date by thinking 'texture' with cushions made from mohair, sinamay, or long, shaggy hair or with a lamb's wool quilt.
3] (cholecalciferol) is produced exclusively from lanolin, which is the grease washed out of lamb's wool.