wool shed


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wool shed

n.
A building or complex of buildings in which sheep are sheared and wool is prepared for shipment to market.
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Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa has been an active participant in the South African motor industry since 1923 when we began assembling Model T cars in a disused wool shed in Port Elizabeth.
FROM IN THE WOOL SHED BY EMMA PRICE, LOUISE WEETMAN & HELEN LAMBELL, PS8, AVAILABLE AT INTHEWOOLSHED.COM Use pastel shades to turn it into a handmade baby gift
In The Wool Shed - a specialist hand-dyed yarn company whose products are made from totally natural ingredients - was the result, and their unusual, limited edition tactile yarns are already being stocked by specialist wool shops around the UK.
Designer Devon for PS158pp: That gets you seven nights rental from October 11 at The Wool Shed, a stylish cottage sleeping two just a mile from Dartmoor.
A prodigal son who has left home because he's terrified of sheep since a childhood incident, returns to the family farmstead to sell out to his unprincipled older brother, unaware that there's something nasty going on in the wool shed - the older brother's reckless genetic engineering programme.
In Dublin's Wool Shed pub, dozens of Spain fans jumped for joy as goals from Xabi Alonso, Fernando Torres and a brace from David Villa saw off their Eastern European opponents.
In New Zealand, $3.8 million will buy d'Urville Island, 4,441 acres of rolling, green hills (plus sheep, a wool shed, farming equipment and a modest cottage).
Although contravening custom, we ran an alcohol-free wool shed. But with Helen giving excellent meals, the shearers were always keen to return.
New Zealander Joel Henare is her all- time wool-handling hero: "Brought up in the wool sheds in New Zealand, he just makes it look effortless." Leanne gives her own piece of guidance to those wanting to learn or develop their wool handling skills.
The British forces used airfield hangars and old wool sheds to keep the prisoners in throughout the conflict.