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  • adjective rare Alternative spelling of wooly.

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Examples

  • "Dreadfully!" drawled a girl already rolled like a cocoon in a pretty blue "wooley" and coiling up on a rug in the farthest corner.

    Jane Allen, Junior

  • I also drop a small wooley bugger (usually hot and flashy, e.g. cactus ice olive, pearl, or chartreuse) a couple feet under the hopper to cover the water column in and give offering options.

    flys for sunfish, cappies and bass

  • I'd woulnd't throw wooley buggers unless you've got them tied on a size two, four x long hook with some super buggy hackle with a conehead.

    Brown Trout Battle Plan

  • I use wooley worms for steelhead in the early spring as the ice is going out.

    Are wooly worms good flys for trout?

  • I'd woulnd't throw wooley buggers unless you've got them tied on a size two, four x long hook with some super buggy hackle with a conehead.

    Brown Trout Battle Plan

  • I use wooley worms for steelhead in the early spring as the ice is going out.

    Are wooly worms good flys for trout?

  • Therefore, the Obama adminstration must ditch the rather wooley argument about misreading the extent of the problem that sounds more like excusses and lack of proper insight and homework.

    Stimulus money needs to be spent faster, Dems say

  • I also drop a small wooley bugger (usually hot and flashy, e.g. cactus ice olive, pearl, or chartreuse) a couple feet under the hopper to cover the water column in and give offering options.

    flys for sunfish, cappies and bass

  • Any chance? on February 18, 2009 at 11: 02 pm | Reply rural cub got a photo of your infamous sheep with my forces crest if your still interested? by the way keep us posted of new items such as the mug, my skipper has an unhealthy obsession with our wooley friend on March 18, 2009 at 10: 53 am | Reply bondi

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  • **Maybe someone should advise Dr Rowan Williams the Archbishop of Canterbury who is under the wooley headed illusion that Sharia law has to be brought into UK law.

    Archive 2008-02-01

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