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LAMB. A ram, sheep or ewe, under the age of one year. 4 Car. & P. 216; S. C. 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 351.

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| Plaid Lambswool Wheatduck, PS26 each, from www.indigoandrose.co.uk TRANSLATE TIME | Verbarius tells you the time the same way as people do.
Deep pile lambswool rugs encourage occupants to submerge feet, while opening the boot effortlessly with remote opener, reveals a further lambswool lining to cosset luxury bespoke luggage.
The vehicle's exterior has a unique pearlescent Carrara White paint job, new-look alloy wheels and an interior with natural soft grain leather including an all-leather headliner, carpets made of a deep pile lambswool and an audio system that includes an up-rated amplifier and 'exciter' speakers located in the car's headliner.
Lined with lambswool, they're beautifully snug and 100 per cent waterproof.
The touches of lambswool, merino or cashmere really add comfort, so wrap up with style or drape delectably with a luxurious throw that's soft to the touch and positively oozing with sophistication...
There are also cashmere roof linings, sun visors and rear storage tray as well as deep-pile lambswool foot mats - a quality extra also featured in Rolls-Royce models.
There were lambswool wigs and paperweight eyes, two factory fires.
Add a luxe accent and touch of drama to your bedroom or sofa with this striking black lambswool pillow.
Warm up the streets in a cool cream fedora, GAP lambswool and angora fedora, $19.50, www.gap.com
I've tried everything: pads with jelly, lambswool, even a brown paper bag.
The striped blanket, manufactured by Pendleton Woolen Mills is made with 100 percent virgin Merino lambswool in two sizes.