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lambswool

Wound care A cushioning material used to the risk of decubitus ulcers. See Pressure ulcer.
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I didn't set out to make the sheepskin coat anything special - it just happened when I was at Wycombe in 1990 and the snow came down.
Each vest required three sheepskins, as well as horse reins for the buckles, and took half an hour for a qualified seamstress to make; see also www.
WHERE THERE'S WOOL THERE'S A WAY: Luxury sheepskin beanbag PS950; large luxury sheepskin rug PS500; luxury sheepskin cushion cover, PS50; herringbone weave woollen floor cushion PS140; baskets in alcove: Fairtrade jute basketware from PS22 and natural kubu basket PS110, all from The White Company
The fashionable flock are snuggling on sheepskin rugs, snapping up furniture and accessories boasting beautifully knitted upholstery, or simply picking up their knitting needles this autumn.
Thanks to the sheepskin, my bald head was as warm as a freshly toasted muffin.
They were wearing grey clothes but had full sheepskins, including the sheep's heads, over their heads and backs," the Sun quoted a farm worker at La Almeda as saying.
Tarrab also sells seat covers for bicycles and motorcycles as well as other sheepskin products.
Marks & Spencer's autumn range includes a fabulously fluffy sheepskin rug for pounds 100.
Adjustable straps help maintain positioning; femur channels improve posture and stability; and a soft, synthetic, washable sheepskin cover promotes dryness.
I had a sheepskin business for years and years," said Leslie Larson, owner of Big Came Trophies and Puppets Ltd.
There is overseas evidence for the hypothesis that minorities enjoy larger sheepskin effects for signals of high productivity (Belman and Heywood, 1991) but there is no similar evidence, nor on sheepskin effects in general, for New Zealand.