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chamois

1. sheepskin specially impregnated with fish oil to make it pliable; used for cleaning.
2. an agile goat-antelope; Rupicapra rupicapra.

chamois contagious ecthyma virus
see contagious ecthyma.
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After each pay parade, we would first have to donate to the Regimental Cenotaph Fund, after which we would be marched to the dry canteen to buy haircut tickets, polish, shammy cloths, soap, toothpaste, etc, Alter that I would treat myself to a real pack of cigarettes, as opposed to the tobacco and papers we normally used to roll our own.
Shammy Buskins would have won with a clearer run, but he should make no mistake in the Claydon Horse Exercisers Handicap Chase.
Who played the window cleaner Sammy the Shammy in Noel's House Party on TV?
My husband, face painted like a street performer, pacing about with his mobile; the old woman leaping back into her car; a passing bus causing everyone to shout over its din; an aeroplane trailing overhead; Shammy, the tiger- print cat from opposite, couchant on his gatepost.
Tom Hill claims he can tame just about any horse, and as proof he points to 3-year-old Shammy - one of two horses he adopted last year from the federal Bureau of Land Management.
It's like getting hit on the back of the neck with a wet shammy," laughs Ford.
More ambient noise ensued including the sqeek of shammy leather against glass.
The poly-material shammy allows the user to apply soap, shower gel or sunscreen into a refillable pocket and apply to the back and lower back with ease.
With its quality and versatility, this shammy towel from Kiserena has obtained appreciation from a consistently increasing number of customers across the world.
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Unfortunately Phil Morgan, the owner of Shammy Buskins, who is 94, has not been well either.