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sheepskin-lined

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  • All of this is very puzzling, because last time I looked, sheepskin-lined jackets were worn by old men at greyhound races and lower-division football managers.

    The aviator jacket takes off

  • But readers, if you can rise above that and you can deal with " that " logo, sheepskin-lined boots are the only way to keep your feet really warm.

    These Boots Are Made for Walking

  • And why was there an oyster bar with a sheepskin-lined ceiling?

    Skiing Slows Down in Italy

  • It did not take the mind of a genius to deduce which pair of sheepskin-lined slippers were hers; she doubted that he could squeeze his feet into the smaller of the two, nor would he likely sport a pair of woolen slippers embroidered with white roses.

    red dust

  • While the other two cats were luxuriating in the new shawl, Figaro stayed in the special sheepskin-lined kitty box in the family room.

    Doris' Shawl, with Feline Seal of Approval

  • These sheepskin-lined Wicked Good slippers are a splurge for shuffling around the house, but the warmth and comfort can't be beat.

    Thrifty? Bah, Humbug

  • Very dark, with the left eye clean gone, this worthy appeared pretentiously dressed in the pink of Desert fashion — a scarlet cloak, sheepskin-lined, and bearing a huge patch of blue cloth between the shoulders; a crimson caftan, and red morocco boots with irons resembling ice-cramps at the heels.

    The Land of Midian

  • Over his wool shirt, he wore a sheepskin-lined denim jacket.

    Till Hell Freezes Over

  • He slipped his shotgun into a sheepskin-lined case and propped it against the back rail of his houseboat, then opened a green bottle of Heineken in the galley and drank it on the deck, his skin healthy and tan in the salt breeze that blew off the Gulf.

    Dave Robicheaux Ebook Boxed Set

  • Once his mind had been turned to the problem, Ali did an adequate job in producing the long-skirted lower garment and the loose woollen abayya that went over it, and the heavy sheepskin-lined coat I would need on cold nights.

    O Jerusalem

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