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  • n. woolen clothes collectively


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  • As for shopping, yes, the quality of the woolens is superb.

    La Pena De Bernal And Guanajuato

  • Act stipulated that the dead were to be buried in English woolens rather than foreign textiles.

    1664, July

  • He certainly prided himself in his virtuoso ability to render textures with paint, filling his works with shimmering silks, thick woolens, soft fur, gleaming metal and glass, humble earthenware—so he could also have been eager to show himself capable of tackling any type of picture.

    A Dutch Master Returns

  • I also sew linens and woolens, which are better for the machine and the body.

    Fret Not

  • Luks called the painting Knitting, but it was soon renamed by the art world as Knitting for the Soldiers, with the assumption being that these ladies were knitting woolens for American boys overseas in World War I.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Though they also have a small collection of silks and woolens, this place is most popular for having that rare piece of $3.98-a-yard microfiber fabric you just have to have, but didn't know you wanted or needed.

    Juanita MORE!: Juanita Gets Around Town

  • Or were those long, baggy glad-rags a treasonous waste of woolens desperately needed for the war effort?

    Hep Cats, Street Fights

  • (Oddly, both Fields and Ballin involved bill dealing with woolens.) MJW (Quote)

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Does Marshall Field v. Clark Preclude a Challenge to “Deem and Pass”?

  • Today, 18 years later, baabaazuzu employs 24 artisans who turn old woolens into Sue's funky, creative hats, mittens and bags.

    Pam Grout: Skating With the Stars Gives New Life to Ugly Christmas Sweaters

  • Billy's woolens had been washed in warm water only, with the home-made soap, the recipe of which Mercedes had given her.



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