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woolpack

(ˈwʊlˌpæk)
n
1. (Textiles) the cloth or canvas wrapping used to pack a bale of wool
2. (Textiles) a bale of wool
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David Faux for the West Indies, that the vacant shop in the marketplace at Grimworth was understood to have been let to the stranger with a sallow complexion and a buff cravat, whose first appearance had caused some excitement in the bar of the Woolpack, where he had called to wait for the coach.
Even the discovery that ovens were being put up on the premises, and that the shop was, in fact, being fitted up for a confectioner and pastry-cook's business, hitherto unknown in Grimworth, did not quite suffice to turn the scale in the newcomer's favour, though the landlady at the Woolpack defended him warmly, said he seemed to be a very clever young man, and from what she could make out, came of a very good family; indeed, was most likely a good many people's betters.
In the Woolpack, Debbie and Pete discuss Ross' situation Meanwhile, in the week of Phil's trial, there's still a rift between Tracy and David.
again) and angry and lashes In the Woolpack, Debbie and Pete discuss Ross' situation
THE spoils were shared in a six-goal thriller at Almondbury when Scissett visited the Woolpack for their Division Two encounter.
I could be in the Woolpack because I've done a gig and I've broken down.
A PLANE crash, a helicopter disaster, 24 murders, countless raunchy affairs and Marti Pellow singing in The Woolpack.
So it's all bound to be pretty awkward when Megan suggests the four of them go for lunch together at the Woolpack.
As they congregate in the Woolpack, Diane is green too - with envy.
This wonderful walk to the summit of Ben Cleuch (721m) starts in Tillicoultry - the Wee County of Clackmannanshire - at the end of Ochil Hill Road and just past the whitewashed facade of the Woolpack Inn in Glassford Square.
The Woolpack Inn in the village of Sopley in Hampshire was saved from more serious damage by the prompt action of staff - who used fire extinguishers to tackle the blaze - and fire crews.
His character, famous for his long, bushy sideburns, was the grumpy landlord of the Woolpack for 43 years before retiring to Spain.