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shorn

(shôrn)
v.
A past participle of shear
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He has shorn in seven countries across the world and has won countless shearing titles.
From this position, the sheep is shorn along her backbone and a few inches beyond, if possible.
A capacity crowd saw over 1,200 sheep shorn at last weekend's event, which this year is a Welsh qualifier for the 2008 world championships alongside Corwen Shears and The Royal Welsh Show.
Natalie was keen to master the modern approach to shearing, which demands a specific stance and foot movements to enable the sheep to be shorn as quickly and as professionally as possible.