n.1.The skin of a sheen after the fleece is shorn off, as distinct from the morling, or skin taken from the dead sheep; also, a sheep of the first year's shearing.
2.A person who is shorn; a shaveling; hence, in contempt, a priest.
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Inger Shorling (Greens/EFA, Sweden), another member of the Environment Committee, regrets that "due to lack of time, the European Parliament has been left out of this key debate".