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fur

(fŭr),
1. The coat of soft, fine hair of some mammals.
2. A layer of epithelial debris and fungal elements on the dorsum of the tongue. It is related more to neglected oral hygiene than to an underlying disease process.
[M.E. furre, fr. O.Fr., fr. Germanic]

fur

doraphobia.

fur

(fûr)
n.
1. The thick coat of soft hair covering the skin of certain mammals.
2. A furlike coating: fur on the tongue.
tr.v. furred, furring, furs
To cover or coat as if with fur.

FUR

Abbreviation for:
ferric-uptake regulation
follow-up report
freed-up resources 
furosemide

fur

soft, fine hair growing thickly on the skin of animals, mainly mammals, associated with heat retention.
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For Step 6, real fur cut into small squares is best, but synthetic fur will work also.
The synthetic fur lining makes arrow rattle history.
The skin is a synthetic fur with nap that is angled to stop skis from sliding backward.
But previous attempts to find a synthetic fur substitute have failed.
I'm sure that in this hi-tech age synthetic fur can be made to look very realistic.
The MOD claims the idea, which follows a proposal to replace the Guards' bearskin busbies with synthetic fur, is merely moving with the times.
There are lots of synthetic furs available that do not involve cruelty to animals and Fury should wear them.