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  • This gift-buying season, however, traditional wool-lined slippers from the Charente are popping up in boutique windows as the latest in cozy chic.

    All Aboard for le Cinéma Français

  • Knitshade — Please send photos of said wool-lined bunker ASAP.

    Vodafone Controversy

  • We like to play the advert in our wool-lined bunker before a yarnstorm to remind us why we work so hard to do something original.

    Vodafone Controversy

  • If you want to roam logo and stigma free, then Chlo é has a knee-length pair of wool-lined leather boots in dark brown that look cozy and sleek for £ 765.

    These Boots Are Made for Walking

  • Piqued by such an obvious dismissal, Mary turned her back on the stranger and yanked off her wool-lined gloves.

    One Night in Scotland

  • He dug his hands into the wool-lined pockets of his jacket.

    City of Ashes

  • It was a mini Wall Street bonanza bull market as these baubles, nicked or begged from Mum, exchanged hands many times over in one fifteen-minute break, moving from one cotton wool-lined matchbox to another.

    In the Frame

  • Driving togs are usually black jeans and a cotton turtleneck, a wool-lined canvas jacket thrown across the front seat to put on when pumping gas.

    The Dog of the Marriage

  • I sit on the floor in the middle of it all, a camel-colored, wool-lined coat protecting my back from the cold walls of this silent space.

    nspblues Diary Entry

  • Erica Merrill, her slender five-foot-four frame clad in pajamas, robe, and wool-lined slippers, tucked her feet under her in a big chair before the fireplace to read the newspaper.

    Till Hell Freezes Over

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